Tucson economy: Area residents feel healthier than most in U.S.

Tucson economy: Area residents feel healthier than most in U.S.

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In 2015, 84.2 percent of respondents in metro Tucson reported that they were in "good or excellent health," ranking the Old Pueblo above the U.S. average and fifth among 12 peer western metropolitan areas in a "physical well-being" indicator tracked by the Economic and Business Research Center at the University of Arizona's Eller College of Management.

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Despite some gains in recent years, Tucson's ranks eighth among a dozen Western cities for median wages, according to the Making Action Possible Dashboard, a project of the University of Arizona Economic and Business Research Center. 

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