Kansas City Metro Area Pay Trends

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Kansas City is the largest city in Missouri and the sixth largest city in the Midwest. The city is well known for its barbecue, and its largest employer is the federal government; more than 146 federal agencies maintain a presence there. The Social Security Administration has more than 1,700 employees in the Kansas City area, and the Internal Revenue Service maintains a large service center in Kansas City that occupies nearly 1,400,000 square feet.

Wage Growth for Kansas City Metro Area, Q1 2019

1.4%

since last quarter

2.0%

year over year

16.0%

since 2006

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The PayScale Index: Kansas City Metro Area20172018% Change Since 200612.0%12.4%12.8%13.2%13.6%14.0%14.4%14.8%15.2%15.6%16.0%) Kansas City Metro Ar...© 2019 PayScale, Inc.

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Methodology for The PayScale Index: Trends in Compensation

The PayScale Index tracks quarterly changes in total cash compensation for full-time, private industry employees and education professionals in the United States. In addition to a national index, it includes separate indices for specific industries, metropolitan areas, job categories, and company sizes. The PayScale Index uses 2006 average total cash compensation as a baseline.

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