Manufacturing is a large and important part of the Tucson economy. It generated 27,830 jobs and 13.8% of GDP in 2019. Wages were also high in this sector, at an average of $92,786 per worker, which was $22,866 above the national average.
A recent MAP article, Taking Our Economic Pulse
, provided an overview of how Arizona households have fared during the pandemic based on the Census Bureau’s Household P
Have you ever wondered how many homes in your neighborhood were rentals? Or if some cities had a higher percentage of investment properties than others? These are important questions as the country faces a potential eviction crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Small businesses in Arizona continue to struggle with the impacts of the Coronavirus pandemic but sentiments regarding the future are improving according to the Census Bureau’s survey of small businesses.
Watch the recorded MAP Talk: The Impact of Trade Wars on Manufacturing Employment