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Work in Lexington!

Lexington has high employment in the health care, government and education sectors, strong retail and service sectors, and several small, clean manufacturing concerns.

Leading Employers

Workforce

Total estimated 2010 working age population (ages 16 to 65) within 50-mile radius is estimated at 89.7% of total population or 1,608,348. Average commuting time is 22.8 minutes.

Transportation

Rail: Union Pacific Railroad
Air: Public Airport:
Lexington Memorial

  • Longest Runway: 2925’
  • Surface Paved: Yes
  • Runway Lighted: Yes
  • Fuel Available: Yes
Commercial Air: Kansas City International (1 hr)
Barge Service: Numerous operators

Financial Institutions

  • Bank Midwest
  • NASB
Lexington in Fact

>Had a Second Battle of Lexington occurring during Price's Missouri Expedition on October 19, 1864.

> Was home to William B. Waddell, partner in Russell, Majors and Waddell, founder of the Pony Express

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