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With 13,470 square miles and 200,0186 people*, Mohave County is the second largest county in Arizona. The total 2011 employment in the county is 58,704, with an average income of $39,133. Our top industries are arts and entertainment, healthcare services, manufacturing, distribution, transportation, logistics and energy.
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Proximity to major West Coast markets and integrated transportation infrastructure makes Mohave County an attractive manufacturing, logistics, and distribution destination and allows companies to bring in raw materials and ship out finished products easily and efficiently.
Whether you’re recruiting your workforce or looking for training programs to get them up to speed, our strategic partnerships with local chambers, the One-Stop Career Center and nearby community colleges are designed to make your job easier.
With 13,470 square miles and 200,0186 people, Mohave County is the second largest county in Arizona. The total 2014 employment in the county is 62,823, with an average income of $43,618.
Mohave County is made up of 14 public school districts which consist of 54 public schools, 22,000 students, and 2,500 employees. Mohave County is also home to 6 charter schools, 4 private schools, and various home schooling organizations.
Quality Of Life
Imagine yourself here: against a backdrop of vast, clean blue skies, beautiful desert vistas, vibrant lakesides and the Grand Canyon, taking advantage of a low cost of living, friendly neighborhoods and endless recreational opportunities.
* Facts and figures are sourced from 2010 U.S. Census and Sperlings Best Places 2011