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Total nonfarm payroll employment in Kansas fell by 62,600 jobs in September, 4.4 percent below the same month in 2019. The Kansas unemployment rate was 5.9 percent in September, up from 3.1 percent a year earlier. The number of people unemployed across the state rose to 87,728 in September, an increase of 89.0 percent over the prior year, while the labor force fell by 1.0 percent to 1,475,696.

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