Arizona Economic Dashboard
What is Arizona’s economy doing on a weekly or monthly basis? Which sectors are on the rise and what can leaders do to encourage forward momentum? The Dashboard pulls targeted economic metrics to provide a snapshot of the status of Arizona’s economy and tracks progress toward economic recovery. All data below represents the state of Arizona.
The total dollar amounts and monthly rates of change for goods and services sold by specific industries every month in Arizona.
The number of businesses closed and the percent of change based upon bankruptcy filings in Arizona.
Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Notice: A WARN notice is required when a business with 100 or more full-time workers is laying off at least 50 people at a single site of employment.
The number of individuals who are unemployed as a percentage of the total labor force in Arizona.
Unemployment Insurance Claims & Payment Activity by Week
The number of weekly claims in Arizona, both initially filed and continued forward from the prior weeks.
Consumer Price Index
A measure of the average change over time in the prices paid by urban consumers for a market basket of consumer goods and services. Information is based on Phoenix – Scottsdale – Mesa with December 2001 Index = 100).
This baseline data tracks important COVID-19 statistics to show changes from the onset, throughout the recovery period, and beyond.
Economic metrics provide a snapshot of the status of Arizona’s economy and tracks progress toward economic recovery.
Arizona’s housing market and commercial real estate sectors will be key indicators during the post COVID-19 recovery.