Study shows Kan. aerospace industry hit hard by recession

The aerospace industry in Kansas saw an increase of 14% in productivity per hour in 2011 but continued to fall below the national average, according to a new study by Wichita State University's Center of Economic Development and Business Research. The study shows the heavy impact the recession has had on aerospace companies in the state, including Cessna Aircraft, which recently announced a voluntary-retirement program for its salaried workers.

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