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Flagstaff Employment

Employment and Industries in the Flagstaff, Arizona Area

Flagstaff is a prominent distribution center for the region. Tourism and hospitality are also a significant part of the economy due to Flagstaff being close to the Grand Canyon National Park. The city receives more than 5 million visitors each year. Education, the government and transportation are also significant factors for the economy.

Flagstaff has high-tech research and development operations such as Lowell Observatory and Northern Arizona University. The city's environmental engineering and information technology industries are being developed. Flagstaff also produces goods such as surgical and medical instruments, pet food, circuit boards, wind generators and packaging products.

The major sectors for employment in descending order are:

  • Government
  • Leisure and hospitality
  • Trade, transportation and utilities
  • Education and health services
  • Construction and mining
  • Manufacturing

Flagstaff provides an Infrastructure Assistance Incentive Fund which provides up to $100,000 per economic development project. Flagstaff includes Enterprise Zones which offer businesses state income tax credits based on the number of net employees they hire. Other types of tax credits are available. Arizona also provides matching funds of up to 75% to companies for the training of employees for new jobs in the state. In addition, the Flagstaff Job Service Center offers a variety of assistance to employers.

In 2008 the cost of living index in Flagstaff was 100.2 which is very near the national average of 100. Also, close to 40% of Flagstaff's residents have a bachelor's degree or higher.

Shown below are the primary employers in Flagstaff:

  • Flagstaff Medical Center
  • Northern Arizona University
  • Flagstaff Unified School District
  • W.L. Gore and Associates - Gore-Tex
  • City of Flagstaff
  • Grand Canyon Railway
  • Machine Solutions
  • Nestle Purina PetCare - manufactures pet food
  • SCA Tissue - tissue paper producer
  • Joy Cone - ice cream cone manufacturer
  • Walgreens - distribution center
  • Conconino Community College
  • Pepsi Cola Bottling Plant
  • Connect Tech International
  • Southwest Wind Power
  • NACOG
  • SCA North America
  • SWCA
  • Western Truss and Components
  • Block Lite Company
  • Novakinetics

Helpful business organizations for Flagstaff companies:

The Arizona Daily Sun provides up-to-date information regarding the business activities in Flagstaff.

Most Popular Jobs in Flagstaff, Arizona Metro Area (2008 data)

Where the Majority of Workers Have College Degrees

Rank Title Local Jobs Local Mean Salary Typical Local Salary National Growth % 2006-2016 National % With College Degree
1 Registered nurses 1,080 $0 $ - 24% 56%
2 Elementary school teachers, except special education 610 $38,800 $27,550 - 50,540 14% 95%
3 Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 360 $40,230 $26,040 - 50,840 6% 96%
4 Sales representatives, wholesale and manufacturing, except technical and scientific products 350 $42,520 $21,480 - 76,830 8% 51%
5 Accountants and auditors 340 $47,060 $30,290 - 67,790 18% 79%
6 Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 290 $35,910 $24,010 - 48,730 11% 95%
7 Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 220 $32,870 $18,330 - 53,490 20% 87%
8 Management analysts 190 $53,860 $29,340 - 76,470 22% 78%
9 Educational, vocational, and school counselors 190 $35,950 $15,290 - 52,210 13% 73%
10 Lawyers 150 $81,330 $47,830 - 113,530 11% 99%
11 Financial managers 140 $76,970 $53,510 - 104,130 13% 60%
12 Managers, all other 140 $64,220 $30,020 - 107,340 7% 55%
13 Social and human service assistants 130 $26,560 $18,360 - 32,670 34% 58%
14 Medical and health services managers 120 $87,630 $45,200 - 144,690 16% 57%
15 Computer systems analysts 120 $73,700 $39,160 - 125,720 29% 68%
16 Training and development specialists 120 $39,600 $15,560 - 77,260 18% 56%
17 Child, family, and school social workers 120 $34,660 $26,100 - 43,180 19% 77%
18 Biological technicians 120 $33,660 $25,210 - 48,560 16% 60%
19 Engineering managers 110 $109,550 $62,040 - 158,610 7% 84%
20 Sales managers 110 $76,020 $34,650 - 131,720 10% 69%
21 Physical therapists 110 $67,810 $30,160 - 102,460 27% 89%
22 Chief executives 100 $100,990 $45,370 - 2% 65%
23 Education administrators, postsecondary 90 $80,760 $44,870 - 126,650 14% 78%
24 Computer programmers 90 $52,060 $18,590 - 82,930 -4% 73%
25 Graphic designers 90 $41,290 $17,800 - 64,500 10% 55%
26 Natural sciences managers 80 $86,270 $55,620 - 121,020 11% 93%
27 Commercial pilots 80 $69,120 $49,280 - 85,290 13% 74%
28 Civil engineers 80 $67,020 $46,490 - 96,440 18% 87%
29 Clinical, counseling, and school psychologists 80 $56,310 $40,140 - 65,330 16% 99%
30 Biological scientists, all other 80 $55,310 $28,210 - 77,970 4% 95%
31 Librarians 80 $41,410 $23,370 - 59,600 4% 85%
32 Vocational education teachers, secondary school 80 $40,530 $28,380 - 53,220 -5% 96%
33 Pharmacists 70 $110,370 $90,880 - 131,660 22% 97%
34 Computer software engineers, applications 70 $83,160 $47,140 - 130,060 45% 85%
35 Education administrators, elementary and secondary school 70 $67,570 $49,090 - 87,330 8% 78%
36 Social and community service managers 70 $53,080 $28,040 - 91,520 25% 72%
37 Public relations specialists 70 $49,320 $30,630 - 72,370 18% 81%
38 Compliance officers, except agriculture, construction, health and safety, and transportation 70 $45,980 $28,500 - 67,040 5% 58%
39 Anthropologists and archeologists 70 $45,940 $28,740 - 73,780 15% 90%
40 Self-enrichment education teachers 70 $37,340 $18,720 - 75,620 23% 54%
41 Computer software engineers, systems software 60 $80,030 $47,800 - 124,490 28% 85%
42 Network and computer systems administrators 60 $64,660 $39,440 - 104,260 27% 50%
43 Network systems and data communications analysts 60 $53,560 $32,930 - 74,340 53% 57%
44 Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists 60 $52,370 $36,340 - 65,070 18% 56%
45 Environmental scientists and specialists, including health 60 $49,290 $34,670 - 71,490 25% 93%
46 Special education teachers, secondary school 60 $48,730 $32,180 - 65,000 9% 87%
47 Market research analysts 60 $45,460 $15,200 - 75,330 20% 82%
48 Advertising sales agents 60 $40,760 $18,840 - 59,910 20% 56%
49 Coaches and scouts 60 $39,040 $19,830 - 62,620 15% 60%
50 Special education teachers, middle school 60 $35,030 $23,920 - 47,030 16% 87%
51 Computer and information systems managers 50 $96,680 $65,750 - 137,570 16% 73%
52 Marketing managers 50 $90,310 $35,770 - 152,270 14% 69%
53 Speech-language pathologists 50 $64,840 $39,200 - 95,120 11% 98%
54 Computer specialists, all other 50 $63,310 $38,230 - 84,450 15% 68%
55 Detectives and criminal investigators 50 $63,080 $48,510 - 84,430 17% 54%
56 Zoologists and wildlife biologists 50 $55,290 $37,290 - 76,510 9% 95%
57 Dentists, general 40 $182,160 $29,760 - 9% 100%
58 Occupational therapists 40 $69,600 $40,270 - 96,450 23% 90%
59 Database administrators 40 $63,960 $43,390 - 95,460 29% 72%
60 Medical and clinical laboratory technologists 40 $51,880 $27,090 - 71,350 12% 51%
61 Surveyors 40 $47,290 $33,410 - 66,860 24% 82%
62 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 40 $38,230 $20,730 - 67,220 15% 51%
63 Urban and regional planners 30 $55,560 $38,620 - 77,500 15% 92%
64 Human resources, training, and labor relations specialists, all other 30 $54,370 $33,840 - 79,130 17% 56%
65 Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists 30 $42,010 $32,800 - 57,050 18% 56%
66 Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 30 $31,990 $26,720 - 39,530 25% 67%
67 Reporters and correspondents 30 $28,800 $15,320 - 42,250 1% 85%

Where the Majority of Workers Do Not Have College Degrees

Rank Title Local Jobs Local Mean Salary Typical Local Salary National Growth % 2006-2016 National % With College Degree
1 Retail salespersons 2,160 $20,960 $14,920 - 30,430 12% 25%
2 Cashiers 2,160 $20,000 $14,970 - 27,520 -3% 10%
3 Waiters and waitresses 2,120 $16,600 $14,670 - 20,320 11% 14%
4 Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 1,470 $17,960 $14,850 - 23,820 18% 5%
5 Maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,420 $17,910 $14,940 - 22,390 13% 5%
6 Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 1,170 $23,380 $15,790 - 31,400 15% 4%
7 Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 980 $29,290 $17,460 - 43,940 1% 18%
8 General and operations managers 910 $85,620 $35,580 - 149,660 2% 48%
9 Maintenance and repair workers, general 890 $31,440 $17,250 - 49,160 10% 6%
10 Executive secretaries and administrative assistants 790 $34,750 $23,700 - 49,060 15% 18%
11 Customer service representatives 720 $28,500 $19,610 - 39,000 25% 22%
12 Cooks, restaurant 710 $22,000 $17,270 - 26,220 12% 5%
13 First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 690 $42,180 $21,950 - 71,870 4% 25%
14 Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 630 $32,760 $19,990 - 45,320 13% 16%
15 Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 620 $23,190 $16,330 - 31,830 18% 6%
16 Teacher assistants 580 $20,360 $16,130 - 25,330 10% 18%
17 Cooks, fast food 580 $16,970 $14,790 - 19,980 8% 5%
18 First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 570 $43,420 $25,970 - 62,430 6% 29%
19 Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 570 $17,980 $14,890 - 22,880 17% 14%
20 Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 530 $25,050 $15,100 - 39,160 2% 5%
21 Receptionists and information clerks 530 $24,800 $16,170 - 34,340 17% 13%
22 First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 510 $30,580 $20,590 - 46,480 11% 14%
23 Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 490 $15,910 $14,630 - 16,830 12% 6%
24 Stock clerks and order fillers 480 $21,450 $14,880 - 34,970 -8% 8%
25 Carpenters 470 $33,800 $22,300 - 47,490 10% 6%
26 Food preparation workers 470 $18,080 $15,140 - 22,660 15% 7%
27 Dishwashers 450 $16,650 $14,710 - 19,620 10% 3%
28 Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 410 $16,790 $14,700 - 20,050 10% 17%
29 Bartenders 410 $16,520 $14,600 - 19,930 11% 17%
30 Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 370 $37,820 $20,310 - 60,290 10% 4%
31 Truck drivers, light or delivery services 320 $28,460 $18,300 - 41,650 8% 4%
32 Packers and packagers, hand 300 $26,560 $14,870 - 40,440 -12% 3%
33 Automotive service technicians and mechanics 290 $38,880 $22,190 - 57,340 14% 4%
34 Security guards 290 $30,800 $18,160 - 53,450 17% 13%
35 Police and sheriff's patrol officers 280 $50,850 $40,310 - 63,190 11% 33%
36 Home health aides 280 $21,520 $15,710 - 26,390 49% 7%
37 Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 270 $20,920 $16,760 - 31,360 18% 7%
38 Construction laborers 260 $28,230 $17,680 - 37,190 11% 5%
39 Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 260 $27,070 $15,170 - 40,810 4% 6%
40 Cooks, short order 260 $19,250 $15,770 - 24,360 5% 5%
41 Counter attendants, cafeteria, food concession, and coffee shop 260 $16,740 $14,720 - 20,010 10% 8%
42 Tellers 250 $24,990 $20,260 - 31,920 14% 16%
43 Medical records and health information technicians 230 $34,220 $25,930 - 56,990 18% 12%
44 All other information and record clerks 230 $30,010 $19,650 - 40,540 -13% 21%
45 Bus drivers, school 220 $27,490 $16,440 - 34,970 9% 4%
46 Team assemblers 220 $24,470 $16,380 - 34,890 0% 5%
47 First-line supervisors/managers of construction trades and extraction workers 210 $52,310 $34,110 - 77,530 9% 10%
48 Electricians 210 $40,040 $23,030 - 60,580 7% 7%
49 First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics, installers, and repairers 200 $52,660 $35,320 - 74,380 7% 13%
50 Food service managers 200 $36,950 $23,170 - 57,510 5% 24%
51 Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 200 $35,390 $28,660 - 40,500 14% 7%
52 First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 200 $32,320 $22,790 - 46,050 13% 11%
53 Fire fighters 190 $38,800 $16,320 - 53,270 12% 18%
54 Painters, construction and maintenance 190 $26,230 $18,150 - 34,210 12% 6%
55 Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 190 $19,300 $14,790 - 24,980 10% 5%
56 Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 180 $45,290 $32,230 - 64,020 8% 3%
57 Recreation workers 180 $21,970 $15,090 - 33,460 13% 47%
58 Counter and rental clerks 180 $19,810 $14,750 - 27,200 23% 16%
59 Business operations specialists, all other 170 $62,180 $36,220 - 91,730 21% 49%
60 Computer support specialists 170 $42,610 $27,190 - 61,940 13% 43%
61 Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters 160 $37,000 $25,940 - 50,600 11% 4%
62 Driver/sales workers 160 $34,070 $26,670 - 47,760 -5% 4%
63 Brickmasons and blockmasons 160 $31,480 $19,900 - 49,790 10% 3%
64 First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 150 $49,830 $28,630 - 68,060 -5% 15%
65 Protective service workers, all other 150 $39,580 $23,830 - 59,580 13% 31%
66 Tour guides and escorts 150 $27,840 $18,040 - 37,160 21% 29%
67 Medical secretaries 150 $27,080 $21,350 - 33,560 17% 18%
68 Cooks, institution and cafeteria 150 $25,890 $18,030 - 36,690 11% 5%
69 Amusement and recreation attendants 140 $24,420 $15,450 - 31,760 24% 22%
70 Insurance sales agents 130 $55,530 $27,540 - 137,780 13% 45%
71 Cement masons and concrete finishers 130 $34,780 $20,860 - 47,770 11% 2%
72 Dental assistants 130 $29,990 $19,890 - 39,480 29% 9%
73 Administrative services managers 120 $64,390 $32,540 - 97,590 12% 40%
74 Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 120 $31,150 $18,270 - 44,010 11% 29%
75 Medical assistants 120 $30,970 $23,310 - 40,050 35% 10%
76 Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers 120 $28,990 $15,680 - 57,420 9% 3%
77 Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 110 $45,560 $33,850 - 59,950 14% 8%
78 Industrial truck and tractor operators 110 $32,110 $23,250 - 40,660 -2% 2%
79 Payroll and timekeeping clerks 110 $30,620 $20,350 - 40,440 3% 18%
80 Bill and account collectors 110 $30,620 $23,000 - 38,650 23% 13%
81 Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 110 $28,970 $18,160 - 43,350 4% 15%
82 Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 110 $26,290 $16,170 - 38,110 19% 14%
83 Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 110 $24,460 $15,780 - 32,400 12% 6%
84 Postal service mail carriers 110 $0 $ - 1% 11%
85 Dental hygienists 100 $70,390 $55,800 - 83,830 30% 33%
86 Lodging managers 100 $57,200 $20,000 - 83,040 12% 45%
87 Purchasing agents, except wholesale, retail, and farm products 100 $48,240 $32,970 - 75,500 0% 42%
88 Pharmacy technicians 100 $30,250 $22,850 - 40,160 32% 16%
89 Bus drivers, transit and intercity 100 $27,500 $18,520 - 41,430 13% 4%
90 Butchers and meat cutters 100 $26,150 $15,440 - 46,610 2% 2%
91 First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers 90 $53,640 $22,600 - 87,510 4% 38%
92 Cost estimators 90 $49,350 $41,320 - 61,720 19% 32%
93 First-line supervisors/managers of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping workers 90 $40,730 $27,830 - 60,960 18% 15%
94 Chefs and head cooks 90 $35,030 $22,240 - 54,290 8% 14%
95 Police, fire, and ambulance dispatchers 90 $33,340 $15,630 - 46,290 14% 11%
96 Paving, surfacing, and tamping equipment operators 90 $30,340 $22,070 - 40,860 9% 0%
97 Loan interviewers and clerks 90 $29,210 $20,390 - 40,400 -1% 24%
98 Service station attendants 90 $21,340 $15,540 - 29,580 13% 6%
99 Baggage porters and bellhops 90 $17,470 $14,570 - 24,940 9% 17%
100 Construction managers 80 $81,220 $46,740 - 151,550 16% 29%
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Jobs More Common Near Flagstaff Than Most Other Cities

* Average job popularity for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Local Jobs Pop. vs. Avg.*
Tour guides and escorts 27,840 150 17.7
Lodging managers 57,200 100 10.7
Hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks 17,980 570 7.4
Biological technicians 33,660 120 5.9
Protective service workers, all other 39,580 150 5.6
Cooks, short order 19,250 260 4.8
Maids and housekeeping cleaners 17,910 1,420 4.4
Brickmasons and blockmasons 31,480 160 4.4
Medical records and health information technicians 34,220 230 3.8
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 45,560 110 3.4
Dining room and cafeteria attendants and bartender helpers 15,910 490 3.1
Cooks, fast food 16,970 580 3.1
Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 16,790 410 3
First-line supervisors/managers of housekeeping and janitorial workers 32,320 200 3
Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school 32,870 220 3
All other information and record clerks 30,010 230 2.9
Food service managers 36,950 200 2.8
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 19,300 190 2.5
Butchers and meat cutters 26,150 100 2.4
Waiters and waitresses 16,600 2,120 2.4
Dishwashers 16,650 450 2.4
Bartenders 16,520 410 2.2
Educational, vocational, and school counselors 35,950 190 2.2
Cooks, restaurant 22,000 710 2.2
Fire fighters 38,800 190 2.1
Painters, construction and maintenance 26,230 190 2
Human resources assistants, except payroll and timekeeping 31,150 120 1.9
Maintenance and repair workers, general 31,440 890 1.9
Bus drivers, transit and intercity 27,500 100 1.8
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 23,190 620 1.8
Recreation workers 21,970 180 1.8
Cement masons and concrete finishers 34,780 130 1.8
Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 26,290 110 1.8
Physical therapists 67,810 110 1.8
First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 30,580 510 1.7
Cashiers 20,000 2,160 1.7
Amusement and recreation attendants 24,420 140 1.6
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 42,180 690 1.6
Engineering managers 109,550 110 1.6
Dental hygienists 70,390 100 1.6
Training and development specialists 39,600 120 1.5
Payroll and timekeeping clerks 30,620 110 1.5
General and operations managers 85,620 910 1.5
Bus drivers, school 27,490 220 1.5
Food preparation workers 18,080 470 1.5
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 17,960 1,470 1.5
Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 23,380 1,170 1.5
Carpenters 33,800 470 1.5
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 29,290 980 1.4
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 45,290 180 1.4

Work Paying Relatively Well in the Flagstaff, Arizona Metro Area (2008 data)

* Average Salary Index for metro areas = 1.0

Title Mean Local Salary Salary Index * Local Jobs
Amusement and recreation attendants 24,420 1.32 140
Packers and packagers, hand 26,560 1.3 300
Driver/sales workers 34,070 1.3 160
Protective service workers, all other 39,580 1.27 150
Security guards 30,800 1.22 290
Tour guides and escorts 27,840 1.15 150
Water and liquid waste treatment plant and system operators 45,560 1.12 110
Medical assistants 30,970 1.1 120
Cooks, institution and cafeteria 25,890 1.1 150
First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers 42,180 1.09 690
Medical records and health information technicians 34,220 1.08 230
Cashiers 20,000 1.08 2,160
Computer systems analysts 73,700 1.07 120
Automotive service technicians and mechanics 38,880 1.07 290
Industrial truck and tractor operators 32,110 1.07 110
Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators 45,290 1.06 180
Business operations specialists, all other 62,180 1.06 170
Tellers 24,990 1.06 250
Bus drivers, school 27,490 1.05 220
Police and sheriff's patrol officers 50,850 1.05 280
Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food 17,960 1.04 1,470
Laborers and freight, stock, and material movers, hand 25,050 1.04 530
Receptionists and information clerks 24,800 1.04 530
Medical and health services managers 87,630 1.04 120
Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks 32,760 1.02 630
Janitors and cleaners, except maids and housekeeping cleaners 23,380 1.02 1,170
Computer support specialists 42,610 1.02 170
Cooks, restaurant 22,000 1.01 710
Home health aides 21,520 1.01 280
First-line supervisors/managers of food preparation and serving workers 30,580 1.01 510
Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer 37,820 1.01 370
Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive 29,290 1 980
Engineering managers 109,550 1 110
Bill and account collectors 30,620 0.99 110
Insurance sales agents 55,530 0.99 130
Truck drivers, light or delivery services 28,460 0.98 320
Cooks, fast food 16,970 0.98 580
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 24,460 0.97 110
Laundry and dry-cleaning workers 19,300 0.97 190
Dishwashers 16,650 0.97 450
Cooks, short order 19,250 0.96 260
First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers 43,420 0.96 570
Customer service representatives 28,500 0.96 720
Landscaping and groundskeeping workers 23,190 0.96 620
Billing and posting clerks and machine operators 28,970 0.96 110
Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks 27,070 0.95 260
Hosts and hostesses, restaurant, lounge, and coffee shop 16,790 0.95 410
First-line supervisors/managers of production and operating workers 49,830 0.94 150
Food preparation workers 18,080 0.94 470
Cement masons and concrete finishers 34,780 0.94 130

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