Via kvoa.com That information comes from an annual study published by New York based personal finance technology company SmartAsset this week. After cracking the top 10 in the study last year, Sierra Vista remains the only city in Arizona to make the list of the top 25. SmartAsset ranked 201 cities that had data for the five metrics it uses and noted that only 12 other cities in the study
Via svherald.com According to data from Arizona’s Office of Economic Opportunity, the Cochise County economy added 500 jobs in the 12 months ended June for job growth of 1.5 percent. June’s year-over-year job gains were the most since the 12 months ended November 2008. In the 12 months from July last year through June this year, Cochise County saw year-over-year job gains in four months with stabilization in four months
Via ktar.com Payless ShoeSource will close seven of its Arizona locations as it restructures nationwide operations after filing for bankruptcy. Last week, the shoe sales store announced the decision to close 400 shops across the country. “This is a difficult but necessary decision driven by the continued challenges of the retail environment, which will only intensify,” said Payless CEO Paul Jones. “We will build a stronger Payless for our customers, vendors
For some last Saturday, Jan. 7 passed like any other, but for the dozens of individuals who work for Cadden Community Management (CCM), that day marked an impressive milestone as the company celebrated its 30th year in business. Read more at tucsonlocalmedia.com Originally named Cadden Parfrey Services after current president and CEO F. Michael Cadden – a Navy veteran – and founding partner Scott Parfrey, the business got its current
In Arizona, Siera Vista and Tucson rank fairly high for affordability. Source: Price Check: Housing Affordability Still Positive | Arizona Real Estate Other Arizona cities like Phoenix, Mesa and Scottsdale fall very close to dead center, while there’s a bit of a surprise in Prescott’s position among less affordable cities.