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1. Average '07 Hourly Pay in Area Hit $20.15 Average '07 Hourly Pay in Area Hit $20.15 June 18, 2008 National Compensation Survey data revealed that employees in the Kansas City area earned an average of $20.15 an hour in 2007. In 2004, the average was $18.20. Article continues to give averages for different...

2. Cities of Opportunity: Finding the Best Place to Work, Live and Prosper in the 1990's and Beyond Cities of Opportunity: Finding the Best Place to Work, Live and Prosper in the 1990's and Beyond //1988 Listings of the Greater Kansas City area in national city rankings for largest 100 metro areas (27th), annual nonagricultural job growth, 1984-1987 (84th), small business growth, 1982-1987 (41st), and...

3. Community Planning to Improve the Housing Conditions of the Negro Population of Kansas City. .. Community Planning to Improve the Housing Conditions of the Negro Population of Kansas City. .. June//1949 Employment and housing statistics from the 1949 Census.

4. Income, Education, and Unemployment in Neighborhoods, Kansas City, Missouri Income, Education, and Unemployment in Neighborhoods, Kansas City, Missouri January 1963 Study of socioeconomic aspects of Greater Kansas Citians by census tract, concentrating on employment, income, and education, with some discussion and maps.

5. Industrial Relations and Labor Conditions: Negro Migration--Report of the Missouri Negro Industrial Industrial Relations and Labor Conditions: Negro Migration--Report of the Missouri Negro Industrial Commission June//1923 Article about the mass migration of black people from the South as agricultural workers moving to the North and more urban centers, including Missouri, increasing "13.2 per cent" in black or African American...

6. Industrial Statistics of Greater Kansas City: The Market of the West and Southwest Industrial Statistics of Greater Kansas City: The Market of the West and Southwest //1931-1938 Industrial statistics and maps about Kansas City as a regional center during the middle and late Depression.

7. Industrial Statistics of Greater Kansas City: The Market of the West and Southwest 1923-1930 Industrial Statistics of Greater Kansas City: The Market of the West and Southwest 1923-1930 1930 Industrial statistics and maps about Kansas City as a regional center during the early Depression.

8. Jackson County Has Abundant Resources for Progress: And They All Add Up to a Healthy Business Climate Jackson County Has Abundant Resources for Progress: And They All Add Up to a Healthy Business Climate June/28/1964 File containing an article with illustrations and information on the positive attributes (central location, transportation facilities, "health and research," agricultural and labor markets, etc.) of Jackson...

9. The Garment Industry of Greater Kansas City: Report No. 5 The Garment Industry of Greater Kansas City: Report No. 5 November 28, 1945 Analysis of the garment industry with history, statistics, and economic trends.

10. Trends in Manufacturing in Missouri Trends in Manufacturing in Missouri July 1965 Extensive and comprehensive study on the history of the economy and employment of Missouri, changing from agriculture to manufacturing and service industries. Article concentrates on the manufacturing...

11. Where Women Leave Their Men Behind Where Women Leave Their Men Behind May 1979 Photos and article about the shift in social and gender roles in the rural Missouri Ozarks corresponding with a growing trend of factory jobs moving there from the Northeast "[f]or the past 25 years."...