The median earnings of Cochise County, AZ was $25,356 in 2017.

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Jobs and Earnings Datasets Involving Cochise County, AZ

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    Citywide Tax Revenue by Post Month

    data.mesaaz.gov | Last Updated 2019-07-19T16:23:27.000Z

    NOTE: Effective March 1, 2019, the Mesa tax rate increased from 1.75% to 2.0%. This dataset contains sales tax revenue for taxpayers within the City of Mesa by posting month. Posting month is the accounting period the City booked the revenues and is used for financial reporting and budgeting. For sales tax revenues reflecting consumer activity periods (period when the taxes where collected by businesses), see "Citywide Tax Revenue by Report Month" at https://data.mesaaz.gov/Financials/Citywide-Tax-Revenue-by-Report-Month/8y5v-kwui. Sales tax revenue includes Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) and Transient Lodging Tax (TLT). Effective January 2017, the Arizona Department of Revenue administers sales and use tax collection for all state, county and municipal taxing jurisdictions. Visit https://www.mesaaz.gov/business/tax-audit for more information about sales tax in the City of Mesa.

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    Median Household Income All States 2000-2012

    opendata.utah.gov | Last Updated 2019-04-19T06:16:01.000Z

    Median Household Income All States 2000-2012

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    Citywide Tax Revenue by Report Month

    data.mesaaz.gov | Last Updated 2019-07-19T16:23:22.000Z

    NOTE: Effective March 1, 2019, the Mesa tax rate increased from 1.75% to 2.0%. This dataset contains sales tax revenue for taxpayers within the City of Mesa by reporting month. Reporting month refers to the time period when the consumer activity took place and is a representation of economic activity in the city. For example, a sale registered in the month of March, appears in the reporting month March, regardless of when the payment was actually received/posted by the City. Revenues by reporting month change as audits, collections and other taxpayer payments/refunds are processed or other corrections to previous periods are received. These updates to revenues are reported to the month for which the taxable activity occurred. For these reasons, generally speaking, reporting month revenues become a more accurate reflection of consumer activity over time. For sales tax revenues reflecting posting month (accounting period when the tax revenues were posted), see "Citywide Tax Revenue by Post Month" at https://data.mesaaz.gov/Financials/Citywide-Tax-Revenue-by-Post-Month/e9zg-r4w9. Sales tax revenue includes Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) and Transient Lodging Tax (TLT). Effective January 2017, the Arizona Department of Revenue administers sales and use tax collection for all state, county and municipal taxing jurisdictions. Visit https://www.mesaaz.gov/business/tax-audit for more information about sales tax in the City of Mesa.

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    Downtown Tax Revenue by Post Month

    data.mesaaz.gov | Last Updated 2019-07-19T16:23:25.000Z

    NOTE: Effective March 1, 2019, the Mesa tax rate increased from 1.75% to 2.0%. This dataset contains sales tax revenue for taxpayers within downtown Mesa by posting month. Posting month is the accounting period the City booked the revenues and is used for financial reporting and budgeting purposes. To see a map of downtown Mesa boundaries see the "Source Link" in the 'About this Dataset' section below. Because of taxpayer confidentiality guidelines, a category or business class with fewer than 10 taxpayers is combined with a similar taxpayer category. If after combining there are still less than 10 taxpayers then the category is excluded and associated revenues are posted as "Other". Transient Lodging Tax (TLT) revenues are NOT included in this dataset because there are too few taxpayers in the downtown area to report. For sales tax revenues reflecting consumer activity periods (period when the taxes where collected by businesses), see "Downtown Tax Revenue by Report Month" at https://data.mesaaz.gov/Financials/Downtown-Tax-Revenue-by-Report-Month/258t-7i6w. Sales tax revenue includes Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) and Transient Lodging Tax (TLT). Effective January 2017, the Arizona Department of Revenue administers sales and use tax collection for all state, county and municipal taxing jurisdictions. Visit https://www.mesaaz.gov/business/tax-audit for more information about sales tax in the City of Mesa.

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    Mesa Office of Economic Development Assisted Jobs Created

    data.mesaaz.gov | Last Updated 2019-03-07T23:01:02.000Z

    The OED Assisted Job Creation Dataset shows the total number of jobs, the average wage of jobs, and the number of “high wage” jobs that the City of Mesa Office of Economic Development (OED) has assisted in attracting and retaining to/in Mesa. This data is from FY 2007-2008 going forward. Source: City of Mesa - Office of Economic Development. These numbers are aggregated from the companies and projects that Mesa OED has interacted with directly, and assisted in attracting to Mesa, or retaining in Mesa. It is important to recognize that these numbers do not represent all of the jobs created or retained in the city for that year, but rather illustrate jobs that the City of Mesa OED has assisted in creating and attracting to Mesa. A “High-Wage Job” is considered to be a job paying above $44,096/year and is determined by taking 125% of the 2015 Maricopa County Median Wage, which is a standard used by the Arizona Commerce Authority, a statewide economic development agency. Mesa OED uses this same standard to help qualify a “high-wage” job, as it is directly tied to the Maricopa County Median Wage levels.

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    Free/Reduced Lunch Percentage - Mesa Public Schools

    data.mesaaz.gov | Last Updated 2019-03-19T23:45:21.000Z

    Students in Mesa Public Schools participating in National School Lunch Program (Free/Reduced) by School Year and School. 1. The report provides claim data for the month of October as reported by School Food Authorities (SFA). An SFA is the governing body which is responsible for the administration of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP). 2. All data is pertaining to children enrolled at locations that participate in NSLP. Children NOT enrolled at an NSLP participating location cannot technically be approved for free or reduced-price lunches. 3. The Report is created on January 30th. 4. The data provided here is NOT equivalent to NCLB indicators that are uploaded to SAIS. 5. Cells with an asterisk(*) indicate data has been suppressed to meet FERPA requirements. 6. The Site Level percentage is derived by dividing the sum of all free lunch eligible children AND all reduced-price lunch eligible children by the sum of all free lunch eligible children AND reduced-price lunch eligible children AND paid lunch eligible children. For any additional data needs, please visit our Data Management page at www.azed.gov/data/ 7. Enrollment figures are as of the last day in October