Real estate and leasing related employment in Kansas remained relatively flat in 2017 with 15,300 workers after experiencing modest growth from 2012 to 2016. In 2016, employment in the sector neared its pre-recession peak of 15,400 workers from 2007. In recent years, most of the growth in the sector has occurred in the office of real estate agents and other activities related to real estate subsectors, which collectively added more than 1,600 jobs from 2012 to 2017. The rental and leasing services and lessors of real estate subsectors, which in 2017 comprised 46 percent of total employment in the sector, have collectively lost more than 500 jobs since 2015 and 1,000 jobs since 2011.

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