Sahuarita, Marana and Oro Valley residents may be onto something, since according to one website, they're living in three of the top 10 most successful cities in Arizona.
Zippia, a career-building website, analyzed all the cities in the state based on poverty level, median household income and unemployment rank.
Based on the results, they ranked the cities one through 59, with one being the most successful.
Sahuarita ranked number five on the list with a population of 26,441 and a median income of $65,183. The poverty level is 5 percent and the unemployment rate is 3.8 percent.
Up-and-coming Marana came in at number six on the list, faring well in all three categories.
With a population of just more than 37,000 people, the median income in Marana is $74,817, according to Zippia.
The poverty level is 4.2 percent and the unemployment rate is 7.3 percent, Zippia says.
Oro Valley was just a few spots down on the list, at number eight.
With a population of roughly 41,500, Oro Valley residents have a median household income of $74,480. The poverty level is at 6 percent- slightly higher than Marana- and unemployment is at 7.4 percent, according to Zippia.
The city of Tucson is quite a bit further down the list, coming in at number 44.
Zippia reports that Tucson has a median household income of $37,149, unemployment rate at nearly 25 percent and poverty rate at 12.1 percent, making it clear why the city didn't land in the top 10.
However the city of Tucson had a population of more than 530,000 people in 2016, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, which helps explain the higher unemployment and poverty rates.
Check out the full list here.