Arizona Economic Dashboard


Workforce, job creation and retention, and strengthening the talent pipeline are vital to a healthy economy. Closely monitoring this data is fundamental to supporting the economy in the wake of a pandemic that deeply impacted businesses and their employees.  All data below represents the state of Arizona.

Job Growth
Job Creation and Loss
Post-High School Enrollment
K-12 Student Enrollment

Job Growth

The percentage change in Arizona employment using current employment statistics data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Job Creation & Loss

Arizona Total Nonfarm Employment: The total number of individuals employed by a non-farm related industry during a given month and year.

The Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation convenes four employer-led workforce collaboratives to address the growing skills gap facing our community.

Postsecondary Enrollment

The percentage of high school graduates who enroll in postsecondary education within the semester after high school graduation. The graph shows the amount of students who enroll in an Arizona state university school per fiscal year.

Source: Arizona Board of Regents

K-12 Enrollment by Population

The total number of Arizona students enrolled in K-12 public education by race and ethnicity each year.

Health Care

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.

Real Estate

Arizona’s housing market and commercial real estate sectors will be key indicators during the post COVID-19 recovery.


Monitoring workforce, job creation and retention, and talent pipeline data is fundamental to supporting the economy.