... Arizona is home to the Navajo Nation, the largest land area retained by a tribe in the United States.
... More than 75 licensed craft breweries inhabit Arizona.
How many states can honestly say they contain one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World? Arizona gets to claim the Grand Canyon, but there’s so much more waiting in the Copper State. Over 7.2 million residents call Arizona home, and it is truly a state filled with economic, social, and cultural opportunities.
The median household income for Arizona is $56,581, putting it in 28th place within the country. However, there are plenty of large employers to choose from in the state, including Banner Health, Wells Fargo, CVS Health, Raytheon, Honeywell, and Kroger. The state government also employs a large number of residents.
Culturally speaking, Arizona showcases some of the best Southwestern art, literature, and music in the area. The desert is a rich collection of diverse wildlife and native plants, including several different species of cacti.
Outdoor activities are not only common, but effortless when there are three National Parks to choose from: Grand Canyon, Saguaro, and the Petrified Forest. Visitors can also go out to check out the Barringer Meteor Crater, a well-preserved site that features a hole that’s nearly 570 feet deep and over a mile wide.