Leading employers like Boeing and Banner
Medical Centers benefit from Mesa's well educated workforce,
over 30% of which have an associates degree or higher.
Mesa's labor force has continued to grow, adding nearly 3,000
new workers. Overall, the Mesa labor force has grown by 25%
since 2000, which is on par with the growth of the Greater Phoenix
labor force, which grew by 28% during the same time period.
As a right to work state, the unionization
rate in Arizona is among the lowest in the nation. Additionally,
Arizona employers, on average, pay the 7th lowest
workers compensation premium rates and the 6th
lowest unemployment insurance premium taxes.
Weather focused on high tech jobs,
administrative operations, or customer service, Mesa and the
Greater Phoenix area can meet all of your labor force needs.
Maricopa Workforce Connection
Small Business Development Center
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