Local growth will “finally translate into significant job growth,” said the forecast prepared by Frank Lenk, director of research services at the Mid-America Regional Council. By his math, that means close to 20,000 new jobs in the area next year. “That will be the most jobs we’ve added since 2007,” Lenk told an audience of mostly business leaders Tuesday at the Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center.
Local growth will “finally translate into significant job growth,” said the forecast prepared by Frank Lenk, director of research services at the Mid-America Regional Council. By his math, that means close to 20,000 new jobs in the area next year. “That will be the most jobs we’ve added since 2007,” Lenk told an audience of mostly business leaders Tuesday at the Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
Local growth will “finally translate into significant job growth,” said the forecast prepared by Frank Lenk, director of research services at the Mid-America Regional Council. By his math, that means close to 20,000 new jobs in the area next year. “That will be the most jobs we’ve added since 2007,” Lenk told an audience of mostly business leaders Tuesday at the Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star

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