Graham County is located in southeastern Arizona. The county has a total land area of 4671 square miles, making it the twelfth largest county in Arizona. Graham County is home to the Mount Graham International Observatory, and part of the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation. As of the 2010 census, Safford is the largest city, with a population of 9,566.
The population figures presented here are from the Office of Employment and Population Statistics, Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA) and differ from official Census population estimates. EBRC considers the ADOA estimates to be more accurate, and uses these population figures throughout this website. All population counts are mid-year July 1st estimates.
All data presented here are from the Local Area Unemployment Statistics Program, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Figures are not seasonally adjusted.
All data presented here are from the Current Employment Statistics Program, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Figures are not seasonally adjusted.
All data presented here are from the Census C-40 Building Permits Survey, U.S. Census Bureau. It should be noted that while most permits are reported monthly, monthly permit series generally do not sum to match the annual totals which Census publishes at the end of the year. This is because not all permits issued are reported during the month they are issued, but do appear in the annual totals.
Income & Wages
All data presented here are from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), Table CA 30, with the exception of per capita personal income and per capita net earnings. EBRC calculates these two series using population estimates from the Arizona Office of Employment and Population Statistics, as opposed to using the official Census Bureau estimates used by BEA.
All data presented here are for sales covered by the Transaction Priviledge Tax, as reported by the Arizona Department of Revenue. Data are on accrual basis.
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