Population (by year)
1995 758,585
1999 842,289
2000 861,383
2005 (projected) 952,636
2010 (projected) 1,047,607

Employment (October 2000)
Civilian Labor Force 398,900
Total Unemployment 388,900
Pima County Unemployment Rate 2.6%

Metro Employment by Sector (2001 Forecast)
Manufacturing 39,100 10%
Mining 1,900 .5%
Construction 22,600 6%
Transportation, Public Utilities 14,500 4%
Trade 78,100 21%
F.I.R.E 15,100 4%
Government 77,500 21%

Total Wage & Salary

372,500

Ethnicity (1999)
White, Non-hispanic 62.7%
Hispanic 29.6%
Black 3.1%
Native American 2.5%
Asian or Pacific Islander 2.1%
Other .01%

Cost of Living Comparison (IQ, 2000)
Tucson, AZ 99.6
Colorado Springs, CO 102.2
Atlanta, GA 102.3
Kansas City, MO 103.4
Miami, FL 104.0
Milwaukee, WI 104.3
Fresno, CA 106.2
Las Vegas, NV 106.9
Portland, OR 107.0
Minneapolis, MN 107.6
Denver, CO 107.9
Cincinnati, OH 108.1

Weather (avg. monthlly temperature)

January 66 (high) 9 (low)
February 70 42
March 77 47
April 85 54
May 95 63
June 101 72
July 98 74
August 96 71
September 90 63
October 79 51
November 68 2
December 63 38

Income

Personal Income, 2001 Projection $22.639 billion
Per capita income $25,445
Median Family Income, 1999 $41,079
Median H ousehold Income, FY2000 $45,100
Average annual Pay in Pima County, 1998 $26,773
Annual Earnings per Worker, 2001 projection $30,239

 

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