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BENEFITS - INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

The ten largest employers in Maricopa and Pima Counties serve as a proxy for our current state of economic infrastructure:

Maricopa County   
  1. The State of Arizona
  2. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
  3. Maricopa County
  4. Banner Health
  5. City of Phoenix
  6. Honeywell
  7. U.S. Postal Service
  8. Wells Fargo & Co.
  9. Arizona State University
10. Basha's
Pima County
Raytheon Missile Systems

The State of Arizona

University of Arizona

Tucson Unified School District

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base    

Pima County

U.S. Army Intelligence Center & Fort Huachuca

The City of Tucson

Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold, Inc.

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.


When it comes to investment in infrastructure in Arizona:

1. What is our dependence on the public sector versus the private sector?

2. In the private sector, what is our dependence on services versus manufacturing?

3. What is our dependence on local entities versus entities headquartered elsewhere?

4. Finally, who can afford to reinvest back into our local health, education, and welfare?

We succeed by cultivating and investing in local start up companies with high value products and high skilled jobs.