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  The upstanding residents of Sedgwick County filed 233,640 federal tax returns in 2017. This amount represents 17.6% of all Kansas filings and 0.157% of the entire nation. Sedgwick had an impressive combined total federal tax liability of $2,396,239,000 on earned income of $14,470,854,000. Other notable statistics from Sedgwick County were 7,920 unemployment claims which collected a total of $28,648,000 and 46,870 charitable contributions valued at $442,272,000. 50,660 filings from Sedgwick County paid a combined total of $170,190,000 in property taxes and 41,040 filings paid $241,039,000 on mortgage interest costs.

  In 2010 Sedgwick county had 546 religious congregations with an estimated 254,423 members.

30.7% of the Sedgwick population has a college level Bachelors degree or higher. 10.9% have less than a highschool diploma level education.

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At $54,176 the median income is 96.1% of the Kansas average. An estimated 10,335 people claimed to be unemployed last year in Sedgwick, the equivalant of around 4.2% of the county population. This represents a decrease in the level of unemployment from the previous year's value of 4.6%.

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In 2018 the average price reduction was 3.35% in Sedgwick County (averaging across 20 zip codes a sample of which are; 67217, 67207, 67226, 67147 and 67218).

In 2018 14.51% of listings in Sedgwick County (averaging across 23 zip codes a sample of which are; 67209, 67205, 67220, 67206 and 67203) dropped their price.

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Map of Sedgwick County, KS