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Kansas City Metropolitan AreaEconomic-Demographic OverviewApril 2013
ABOUT THE DATAMETRO INSIGHTThe	  data	  for	  this	  report	  comes	  from	  a	  variety	  of	  publically	  available	  s...
CaldwellClintonPlatteRayClayLeavenworthLafayetteJacksonWyandotteJohnsonCassMiamiFranklinBatesLinnPOPULATIONMETRO INSIGHT20...
METRO INSIGHTPOPULATIONThe	  2012	  popula:on	  es:mate	  for	  the	  Kansas	  City	  MSA	  is	  2,064,000	  making	  it	 ...
METRO INSIGHTPOPULATIONLike	  many	  metro	  areas	  in	  the	  U.S.	  Kansas	  City’s	  popula:on	  is	  growing	  in	  t...
METRO INSIGHTPOPULATION BY RACEKansas	  City’s	  popula:on	  is	  less	  diverse	  than	  the	  na:on’s	  as	  a	  whole	 ...
METRO INSIGHTPlatteRayClayLeavenworthJacksonWyandotteJohnsonCassMiamiFranklinIncomeMedian Household Income by TractNo	  Da...
METRO INSIGHTEducational AttainmentThe	  Kansas	  City	  area	  has	  higher	  levels	  of	  educa:onal	  aQainment	  than...
METRO INSIGHTECONOMYLoca:on	  quo:ents	  measure	  the	  level	  of	  specializa:on	  a	  region	  has	  in	  a	  given	  ...
METRO INSIGHTEconomyWhile	  Kansas	  City	  has	  a	  very	  high	  loca:on	  quo:ent	  in	  Informa:on,	  it	  is	  conce...
METRO INSIGHTECONOMYEmployment DensityLess	  than	  100	  100	  to	  499	  500	  to	  999	  1,000	  to	  2,499	  More	  th...
NEED MORE?There is a lot more data out there.METRO INSIGHTFollow	  our	  blog.	  www.metroinsight.com	  Follow	  us	  on	 ...
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  1. 1. Kansas City Metropolitan AreaEconomic-Demographic OverviewApril 2013
  2. 2. ABOUT THE DATAMETRO INSIGHTThe  data  for  this  report  comes  from  a  variety  of  publically  available  sources  such  as  the  Census  Bureau  and  Bureau  of  Labor  Sta:s:cs.  This  report  is  intended  to  give  a  brief  overview  of  the  general  demographics  and  economy  of  the  Kansas  City  Metropolitan  Area  as  defined  in  2012.  Most  of  the  data  is  updated  at  least  annually.  Some  of  the  employment  data  sources  do  update  on  a  monthly  basis,  but  to  avoid  seasonal  fluctua:ons,    the  data  used  here  is  the  most  current  annual  data.  
  3. 3. CaldwellClintonPlatteRayClayLeavenworthLafayetteJacksonWyandotteJohnsonCassMiamiFranklinBatesLinnPOPULATIONMETRO INSIGHT2012  Popula+on  Es+mate  Kansas  Franklin  County   25,906  Johnson  County   559,913  Leavenworth  County   77,739  Linn  County   9,441  Miami  County   32,612  WyandoQe  County   159,129  Missouri  Bates  County   16,709  Caldwell  County   9,145  Cass  County   100,376  Clay  County   227,577  Clinton  County   20,508  Jackson  County   677,377  LafayeQe  County   33,080  PlaQe  County   92,054  Ray  County   23,064  MSA  Total    2,064,630    The  Kansas  City  MSA  is  a  bi-­‐state  region  made  up  of  15  coun:es  (9  in  Missouri  and  6  in  Kansas).  Sixty  percent  of  the  metro’s  popula:on  lives  in  Jackson  or  Johnson  County.  Source:  2012  County  Popula:on  Es:mates  
  4. 4. METRO INSIGHTPOPULATIONThe  2012  popula:on  es:mate  for  the  Kansas  City  MSA  is  2,064,000  making  it  the  30th  largest  metro  in  the  country.  Kansas  City  has  experienced  steady  popula:on  growth  over  that  past  50  years.  With  the  excep:on  of  the  1970’s  the  overall  pace  of  growth  has  generally  been  on  par  with  the  na:onal  growth  rate.  0.00%  0.20%  0.40%  0.60%  0.80%  1.00%  1.20%  1.40%  1960s   1970s   1980s   1990s   2000s   2010-­‐12  Average  Annual  Popula+on  Change  Kansas  City  MSA  U.S.    -­‐          500,000      1,000,000      1,500,000      2,000,000      2,500,000    1960  1970  1980  1990  2000  2010  Total  Popula+on  Source:  U.S.  Census  Bureau,  2012  County  Popula:on  Es:mates  
  5. 5. METRO INSIGHTPOPULATIONLike  many  metro  areas  in  the  U.S.  Kansas  City’s  popula:on  is  growing  in  the  suburbs  while  much  of  the  urban  core  is  declining  or  stabilizing.    Less  than  1,000  1,000  to  2,999  3,000  to  4,999  5,000  to  7,499  7,500  or  Greater  Popula:on  by  Census  Tract  Source:  U.S.  Census  Bureau  2010  Census  
  6. 6. METRO INSIGHTPOPULATION BY RACEKansas  City’s  popula:on  is  less  diverse  than  the  na:on’s  as  a  whole  with  nearly  75  percent  of  the  popula:on  being  white,  non-­‐Hispanic.  74.3%  12.0%  2.3%  3.1%  8.3%  Kansas  City  MSA  White  NH  Black  NH  Asian  NH  Other  NH  Hispanic  63.3%  12.2%  4.8%  3.1%  16.7%  U.S.  NH  =Non-­‐Hispanic  Source:  U.S.  Census  Bureau,  2011  American  Community  Survey  
  7. 7. METRO INSIGHTPlatteRayClayLeavenworthJacksonWyandotteJohnsonCassMiamiFranklinIncomeMedian Household Income by TractNo  Data  $100,000  or  More  $75,000  to  $99,999  $50,000  to  $74,999  $25,000  to  $49,999  Less  than  $25,000  Incomes  tend  to  be  lower  in  Kansas  City’s  urban  core  with  higher  incomes  in  the  suburbs  of  Johnson,  Jackson,  Clay  and  PlaQe  coun:es.  This  is  a  paQern  shared  by  many  major  U.S.  metro  areas.  Source:  U.S.  Census  Bureau,  2011  American  Community  Survey  
  8. 8. METRO INSIGHTEducational AttainmentThe  Kansas  City  area  has  higher  levels  of  educa:onal  aQainment  than  the  na:on.  Roughly  one-­‐third  of  the  popula:on  aged  25  and  over  have  at  least  a  bachelor’s  degree.  0%  5%  10%  15%  20%  25%  30%  Less  than  HS   HS   Some  College  No  Degree  Associates   Bachelors   Graduate  Educa+onal  AFainment  -­‐  Popula+on  25+  2011  US  KC  Source:  U.S.  Census  Bureau,  2011  American  Community  Survey  
  9. 9. METRO INSIGHTECONOMYLoca:on  quo:ents  measure  the  level  of  specializa:on  a  region  has  in  a  given  industry.  A  loca:on  quo:ent  over  1  indicates  that  the  region  specializes  in  this  industry  rela:ve  to  the  country  and  likely  exports  this  good  or  service.  A  loca:on  quo:ent  less  than  1  indicates  the  region  does  not  specialize  in  that  industry  rela:ve  to  the  country.  Kansas  City  has  significantly  high  loca:on  quo:ents  in  Informa:on  (telecommunica:ons,  publishing)  federal  government,  financial  services  and  professional-­‐scien:fic-­‐technical  services.  0.42  0.68  0.80  0.81  0.93  0.95  0.96  1.01  1.05  1.09  1.12  1.19  1.21  1.25  1.28  1.29  1.49  0   0.2   0.4   0.6   0.8   1   1.2   1.4   1.6  State  Govt.  Ed  Svcs  Mining-­‐Logging-­‐Constr  Manufacturing  Ed.  And  Hlth  Svcs.  Retail  Trade  Leisure  and  Hosp.  Local  Govt.  Mgmt.  of  Companies  Other  Svcs.  Admin.  Support  and  Waste  Mgmt.  Wholesale  Trade  Transporta:on  &  U:li:es  Prof.  Sci.  Tech.  Financial  Fed.  Govt.  Informa:on  Kansas  City  MSA  -­‐  Loca+on  Quo+ent   Location QuotientSource:  Bureau  of  Labor  Sta:s:cs,  Current  Employment  Sta:s:cs  2012  Annual  Data  
  10. 10. METRO INSIGHTEconomyWhile  Kansas  City  has  a  very  high  loca:on  quo:ent  in  Informa:on,  it  is  concerning  that  that  industry  is  declining  in  employment  both  locally  and  na:onally.  Somewhat  countering  this  decline  is  the  high  loca:on  quo:ent  and  increase  in  the  professional,  scien:fic  and  technical  industry.  2000  Employment  2012  Employment  Numeric  Change  Percent  Change  Total  Non-­‐Farm  Employment    982,300      996,800      14,500     1.5%  Mining-­‐Logging-­‐Construc:on    51,000      38,800      (12,200)   -­‐23.9%  Manufacturing    93,600      72,100      (21,500)   -­‐23.0%  Wholesale  Trade    49,600      50,400      800     1.6%  Retail  Trade    110,500      105,000      (5,500)   -­‐5.0%  Transporta:on  &  U:li:es    48,400      45,000      (3,400)   -­‐7.0%  Informa:on    56,000      29,700      (26,300)   -­‐47.0%  Financial    70,000      74,300      4,300     6.1%  Professional,  Scien:fic,  Technical    54,400      73,300      18,900     34.7%  Mgmt.  of  Companies    19,400      15,700      (3,700)   -­‐19.1%  Admin.  Support  and  Waste  Mgmt.    62,400      67,100      4,700     7.5%  Health  ans  Social  Assistance    87,300      117,100      29,800     34.1%  Educa:onal  Services  (Private)    13,100      17,000      3,900     29.8%  Leisure  and  Hospitality    89,400      98,300      8,900     10.0%  Other  Services    41,200      44,100      2,900     7.0%  Federal  Government    27,600      27,100      (500)   -­‐1.8%  State  Government    15,500      15,900      400     2.6%  Local  Government    93,000      105,900      12,900     13.9%  Source:  Bureau  of  Labor  Sta:s:cs  (CES  Data)  Selected Major Employers  •AT&T    •ATK    •Black  and  Veatch    •Burns  &  McDonnell    •Cerner    •DST  Systems    •Federal  Express    •Ford    •Garmin  Interna:onal    •General  Motors    •Hallmark    •Honeywell    •KCP&L    •Sprint    •United  Parcel  Service  Source:  Bureau  of  Labor  Sta:s:cs,  Current  Employment  Sta:s:cs  2012  Annual  Data  
  11. 11. METRO INSIGHTECONOMYEmployment DensityLess  than  100  100  to  499  500  to  999  1,000  to  2,499  More  than  2,500  Downtown  Kansas  City  has  the  highest  employment  concentra:on  in  the  metro  area,  however  the  College  Boulevard  corridor  in  Johnson  County  has  seen  the  greatest  employment  increase  in  recent  decades.  Source:  Census  Bureau,  Longitudinal  Employer-­‐Household  Dynamics  
  12. 12. NEED MORE?There is a lot more data out there.METRO INSIGHTFollow  our  blog.  www.metroinsight.com  Follow  us  on  TwiQer:  @metroinsight1  Google+:  Facebook:  E-­‐mail:  info@metroinsight.com  
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