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Franklin County, Kansas Map of Kansas

Population: Franklin County, Kansas

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census




Graph of Population Data


Note: * Indicates decennial census 100% population counts. Other counts are population estimates.

Year Population
1990 22,046
1990* 21,994
1991 22,155
1992 22,404
1993 22,970
1994 23,231
1995 23,505
1996 23,936
1997 24,156
1998 24,416
1999 24,626
2000* 24,784
2000 24,873
2001 25,212
2002 25,587
2003 25,940
2004 26,130
2005 26,247

 

Per Capita Income: Franklin County, Kansas

Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis (REIS)




Graph of Per Capita Income

Year
Per Capita
Income

1990 13,913
1991 14,461
1992 15,930
1993 15,764
1994 17,115
1995 17,975
1996 18,939
1997 20,067
1998 20,811
1999 21,619
2000 23,053
2001 23,951
2002 23,944
2003 24,221

Tangible Assessed Valuation
(in millions of dollars):
Franklin County, Kansas

Source: Kansas Department of Revenue

Graph of Tangible Assessed Valuation
Year
Tangible Assessed
Valuation

1990 76.6
1991 81.5
1992 83.9
1993 84.1
1994 91.6
1995 102.1
1996 109.8
1997 120.5
1998 123.0
1999 127.7
2000 135.8
2001 143.5
2002 150.3
2003 158.5
2004 166.6

 

Employment and Civilian Labor Force:
Franklin County, Kansas

Source: Kansas Department of Labor
Note: Counts are by place of residence.




Graph of Employment Data

Year

Employed
Civilian
Labor Force
1990 10,518 11,210
1991 10,589 11,241
1992 11,051 11,685
1993 11,268 12,013
1994 11,358 12,205
1995 11,630 12,368
1996 12,649 13,295
1997 13,421 14,004
1998 12,782 13,486
1999 12,846 13,277
2000 12,621 13,121
2001 12,425 13,074
2002 12,288 13,179
2003 12,517 13,287
2004 12,850 13,698

Employment by Industry: Franklin County, Kansas

Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis (REIS)
Note: Counts are by place of work.
(D) indicates suppressed to avoid disclosure




Graph of Farm/nonfarm employment

Year

Total

Farm
Non-
Farm
1990 10,230 1,147 9,083
1991 10,433 1,147 9,286
1992 10,496 1,119 9,377
1993 11,008 1,150 9,858
1994 11,072 1,154 9,918
1995 11,824 1,189 10,635
1996 12,820 1,239 11,581
1997 12,981 1,273 11,708
1998 12,918 1,286 11,632
1999 13,039 1,291 11,748
2000 13,133 1,247 11,886
2001 13,781 1,257 12,524
2002 14,322 1,257 13,065
2003 14,573 1,234 13,339

 

Not enough data available










Mining employment

Year
Forestry, Fishing,Hunting
and Agriculture Support

Mining
2001 (D) 138
2002 (D) 127
2003 (D) 117

Not enough data available










Graph of Construction employment
Year Utilities Construction
2001 (D) 827
2002 (D) 816
2003 (D) 809

 
Graph of Manufacturing employment










Graph of Transportation and Warehousing employment
Year Manufacturing Transportation
and
Warehousing
2001 1,058 1,775
2002 989 1,767
2003 987 1,673

Graph of Information employment










 Graph of Wholesale Trade employment
Year Information Wholesale Trade
2001 91 338
2002 84 403
2003 86 499

 
Graph of Retail Trade employment










 Graph of Finance and Insurance employment
Year Retail Trade Finance and
Insurance
2001 1,559 326
2002 1,707 325
2003 1,688 420

Graph of Real Estate, Rental, and Leasing employment










 Graph of Professional and Technical Services employment
Year Real Estate, Rental
and Leasing
Professional
and Technical
2001 267 299
2002 291 311
2003 309 (D)

 
Graph of Management of Companies and Enterprises employment










 Graph of Administration and Waste Services employment
Year Management of Companies
and Enterprises
Administration and
Waste Services
2001 24 987
2002 26 1,169
2003 (D) 1,077

Not enough data available










Not enough data available
Year Educational Services Health Care and
and Social Assistance
2001 (D) (D)
2002 (D) (D)
2003 (D) (D)

 
Graph of Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation employment










Graph of Government and Government Enterprises employment
Year Arts, Entertainment
and Recreation
Government and
Government Enterprises
2001 (D) 1,895
2002 100 1,956
2003 108 1,942

Graph of Accommodation and Food Services employment










 Graph of Other Services, Except Public Administration employment
Year Accommodation and
Food Services
Other Services
2001 (D) 747
2002 736 772
2003 793 797

End of Economic Data Summary Report

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