Businesses in Arizona beginning to grow again as the recession draws to a close. A September 2010 article in The Arizona Republic reports that Arizona was slow to come out of the recession, but that businesses and the housing market is beginning to rise again. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that Business and Professional Services was the state's second-largest job sector in 2009 based on workers employed: 347,531 workers earned average weekly salaries of $982 in December 2009. At Arizona accredited online business schools, you gain necessary experience to work in the state's growing business sector.
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The 2010 ACE Awards recently honored the fastest-growing private companies in Arizona. Topping the list:
- American Traffic Solutions
- Davidson's, Inc.
- Angel Jet Services LLC
- Aspire Design Inc.
The BLS reports salaries for popular business jobs in Arizona. Take a look at mean annual wages from 2009:
- Personal Financial Advisors: $59,520
- Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators: $58,340
- First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Personal Service Workers: $42,340
- General and Operations Managers: $104,490
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