The greater Phoenix metro ranks on many different lists, for having a foodie culture, great affordability factor, a place to meet people, the list goes on and on.
In the latest report, Scottsdale ranked #1 for 2019 in the U.S. for job seekers, out of 180 cities WalletHub compared.
Why am I posting about this? Jobs really matter when it comes to housing, it’s a great indicator of market growth and stability.
The Scottsdale economic council has been doing a lot of work recruiting high paying jobs to Scottsdale. And it’s paying off with the latest data!
- City’s median annual income is $84,533
- Scottsdale also scored well for benefits, the report shows that nearly 9 out of every 10 employees have private health insurance
- Scottsdale’s average work day, including commute 8.74
- Other cities in the top five included Columbia, Mayland; Orlando, Florida; San Francisco, Colorado Springs, Colorado
- The study placed Glendale in the top 5 for highest employment growth
- United Parcel Service, Ball and Chewy are bringing 1,200 full time jobs to Goodyear
- Allstate Insurance Co plans to bring 2,000 new jobs to Chandler