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Topeka Population: 127,312

Total Males: 61,298
Total Females: 66,014
Median Household Income: $40,451
Total Households: 54,281

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Brief Information About Topeka


Topeka  is the capital city of the U.S. state of Kansas and the county seat of Shawnee County.Topeka means "to dig good potatoes".The city has a total area of 57.0 square miles.

Topeka's largest employer is the State of Kansas,being the state's capital city,—employing about 8,400 people,or 69% of the city's government workers. The government workers make up one out of every five employed persons in the city.The retail trade employs more than a tenth of the working population (11.5%[3]) with Wal-Mart and Dillons having the greater share.Top manufacturers include Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, Payless ShoeSource, Jostens Printing and Publishing, Hill's Pet Nutrition, and Frito-Lay. Major companies based in Topeka include Westar Energy,Collective Brands, CoreFirst Bank & Trust, Capitol Federal Savings Bank, Hill's Pet Nutrition, Sports Car Club of America, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas etc.



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