“I have a feeling we aren’t in Kansas anymore.” Those are the famous words of Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz after she is caught up in a tornado and transported to Oz. While most people associate the state with that book and movie, or tornados for that matter, there is much more to Kansas and it can be a wonderful state to seek out DHH jobs. Before you actually begin looking for deaf and hard of hearing jobs, consider everything you will be able to see, do and enjoy when you move to Kansas.
Of course, the state was the location of the famous Brown vs. Board of Education lawsuit, and a national historic site is dedicated to this in Topeka. If you want to learn more about how mining can take place even in states like Kansas, then visit Strataca in Hutchinson, which is an attraction located underground in a salt mine. Other interesting places to visit include the Old Cowtown Museum, the Kansas Barbed Wire Museum, and Schlitterbahn Water Park.
When you begin searching for deaf and hard of hearing jobs in Kansas, you can look for options in Wichita.