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The Arizona Technology Council released its latest quarterly Arizona Technology Industry Impact Report. Among other positive news, the data from the Q1 2020 report revealed a steady 3.45% growth in technology sector employment. A new Supply Chain Gap Analysis also revealed 76% of Arizona’s technology industry supply chain purchases—a $4.5 billion value—are sourced in-region.
The Arizona Technology Council held a virtual speaker series event with featured guest Tucson Mayor Regina Romero. Romero shared insight into the city’s economy, Tucson’s rapid tech growth, how this Southern Arizona city is rapidly becoming a hotbed for innovation in Arizona, and the collaboration with the University of Arizona, Tech Parks Arizona, Startup Tucson and Pima Community College.
The findings by Dice, a tech career hub, offer a glimpse into how businesses adjusted to the coronavirus pandemic onset and the rapid changes it brought, such as a mass movement from offices to telecommuting and an increase in e-commerce. As for changes between February and March, Arizona’s 6% bump put it at No. 6 on the state list and Phoenix’s 13% jump put it at No. 8 among U.S. cities.
The 2017 CompTIA Cyberstates Report was released on Monday and shows some great traction for the technology industry in the Greater Phoenix Metro area. Among other findings, the report shows the average tech wage at nearly $98k nearly doubling the $50,200 overall average annual salary of the region. Sector news showed a 3.4 percent year-over-year growth […]