Help us count your workforce in the Star's annual special section.
Help us count your business in the Star's annual special section.
The Star 200, an annual survey and special section focusing on Southern Arizona’s largest employers, will be published Sunday, April 27, in the Arizona Daily Star. The Star has been conducting the survey annually since 1981.
"We have a six-year gap in new hires and training," says local residential market analyst Ginger Kneup. Above, drywaller Luis Castro was working in the garage of an A.F. Sterling house in the new Campos Adobes development near Oracle and Magee roads earlier this month.
Based on company reports and required federal notifications
The recovery in the local construction industry could be dampened by a shortage of skilled workers, pushing up the price of commercial and residential developments, officials say.
Local aerospace companies enjoy a ready pipeline of entry-level workers from Pima Community College's highly regarded aviation-maintenance program.
Mining companies that can't find enough qualified workers.
Southern Arizona's biggest employers grew their payrolls less than 1 percent in 2012, according to the latest Star 200 survey by the Arizona Daily Star.
Local government employers have an unusual problem on their hands - many job openings and no one to fill them.
As part of training in 2011, UA student Mark Iobst helped guide a drill bit by communicating with the operator (not pictured) of a single-boom jumbo drive drill.
A second straight year of dropping copper prices has done little to slake Southern Arizona's two biggest mining employers' thirst for new workers.
The local talent pool in the biomedical industry has expanded dramatically since T.J. Johnson moved to Tucson to work for Ventana Medical 11 years ago, but he still must recruit regionally and nationally for top positions at HTG Molecular, where he is now president and CEO.
Does Tucson have a shortage of experienced nurses?
Hiring for health-care jobs in Southern Arizona is slowly picking up despite state budget-slashing that has cost local hospitals millions for uncompensated care.
Computing giant IBM Corp. has named a Tucson-based storage-technology expert one of seven new IBM Fellows, Big Blue's highest technical honor.
is IBM chief technology officer for disk storage.
Growing customer-service call center operator Afni Inc. said it plans to hire more than 150 new full-time workers here during April.
• "Here's roundup of district actions to address their projected
deficits," published Wednesday on A4, incorrectly reported the vote
for the reduction in force of 64 administrators at TUSD. The vote