TOPEKA, Kan. - The state of Kansas saw a significant improvement in its unemployment rate in November.
The topeka Capital-Journal reports that unemployment last month was at 5.1 percent after adjusting for seasonal fluctuations. That's down from 5.6 percent in October and from 5.5 percent in November of 2012.
About 20,000 jobs have been created in Kansas in the past year, according to Gov. Sam Brownback.