KANSAS WAGE STATISTICS
The third State collecting and classifying wage statistics is Kansas. Though in this State the statistics are drawn from industries less general in character than those of Massachusetts and New Jersey, and though their presentation is less complete than in either of the other States, they are nevertheless sufficiently valuable to warrant a separate chapter.
Included in this Kansas investigation were 1,918 establishments, of which 1,553 reported classified weekly earnings "for the week during which the largest number were employed."1 Only about four-fifths, therefore, of the establishments of the State reported classified weekly earnings. The 1,553 establishments which reported were____________________