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2 edition of Arizona wage statistics and copper output found in the catalog.

Arizona wage statistics and copper output

Arizona. Dept. of Mineral Resources.

Arizona wage statistics and copper output

base period, 1947-1949, compared with period 1963-1965.

by Arizona. Dept. of Mineral Resources.

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Published in Phoenix .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Arizona.
    • Subjects:
    • Wages -- Arizona.,
    • Wages -- Copper miners -- Arizona.,
    • Copper industry and trade -- Labor productivity -- Arizona.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD4976.A8 A5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination11 l.
      Number of Pages11
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6010984M
      LC Control Number66065653

      Arizona Average Hourly Earnings – Compare Western States Download and share data presented using icons at the bottom of each table or chart. Click on any series title in . The start date for wage data in each occupation varies, but most date back to at least the s. Lists hourly wages and other earnings data for taxicab drivers, bus drivers, truckers, telephone operators, retail employees in bakeries, gasoline service stations, shoe stores, bars and restaurants, book Author: Marie Concannon.   *Pre-indexed rate. Arizona Minimum Wage Poster. Arizona employers are required to display the most current Arizona Minimum Wage notice. in a conspicuous place where employees can read the poster. The Arizona Minimum Wage notice is included as part of GovDocs’ Arizona Workplace Poster Packages, along with other required postings: Unemployment Compensation.


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Arizona wage statistics and copper output by Arizona. Dept. of Mineral Resources. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Been a wage differential in favor of the Northern States over Arizona. In the copper mining industry, productivity would be based on the total out­ put of copper and the measure of it would be pounds of copper produced per man-hour of labor.

Responsibility for any change in productivity need not be the miner's labor alone. The average price of copper during the base period was cents, and a rise of percent would make the price cents. Copper mining and smelting lvages in amounted to $95, and do not include fringe benefits which are estimated to amount to percent of the regular payroll.

Wage Statistics and Copper Output, Arizona and United States Copper Mines,15 p. Arizona These occupational employment and wage estimates are calculated with data collected from employers in all industry sectors in metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas in Arizona.

Additional information, including the hourly and annual 10th, 25th, 75th, and 90th percentile wages and the employment percent relative standard error, is available in the downloadable XLS file. Note: the U.S. numbers update earlier in the month than the numbers for Arizona.

Unavailable – Average Hourly Earnings by Industry – Arizona (Statewide) The US Bureau of Labor Statistics computes average hourly earnings by dividing the total worker payroll (excluding overtime-premium pay) for the industry group by the sum of total worker hours and one-half of total overtime hours.

What is the minimum wage in Arizona. The minimum wage increases to $ on January 1,up 50 cents from This is $ more than the federal minimum wage.

While many states increase the minimum wage in accordance with the cost of living or inflation, Arizona’s increases from through are dictated by a schedule laid out in a proposition approved in the (Excess Wages are wages in excess of the taxable wage amount, which is the first $7, paid to each employee each calendar year.) If you did not file such prior quarters via TWS, the system automatically “knows” this and prompts you to provide the Excess Wage amounts yourself.

copper ores. As a result, Arizona ranks fourth in the United States pro­ duction of silver and fifth in the production of gold in Copper was produced in 19 major Arizona copper mines in Molybdenum was recovered as a by-product at seven of the copper mines during the year (TableI).

Ten mines produced % of Arizona's copper File Size: 3MB. Labor Department - Wage Claims. When wages owed to an employee are no more than $5, and the accrual of those unpaid wages does not exceed one year, the employee may file a wage claim with the Department (A.R.S.

§ et seq.). Upon receipt of a claim, the Department will notify the employer of the claim and investigate the case. The statistics are arranged in a logical sequence to trace the flow of copper in the U.S.

economy from mining and scrap collection through smelting, refin- ing and ingot making to the wire rod and wire mills, brass mills, and foundries and then on to the final end-use markets. This flow is. Reporting Wages - Excess Wages Computing Excess Wages for the Quarterly Unemployment Tax and Wage Report Line C2 on the quarterly Unemployment Tax and Wage Report is the total amount of wages you paid to all your employees during the quarter being reported that exceeds the first $7, you paid to each of them in the calendar year-to-date.

The Arizona Copper Company was a mining company of Edinburgh, Scotland, operating in the Clifton- Morenci area of Arizona from The company was sold to Phelps Dodge Corporation in Scope and Content Note.

Until January 1,Arizona’s minimum wage will remain $ per hour. Beginning January 1,the Arizona minimum wage will be increased to $ per hour. The Industrial Commission’s model minimum wage notice is available here.

Mining macroeconomic data for insights into Arizona’s copper industry. Tyler Scott, Research Analyst at Versant Capital Management, Inc. A brief history of copper. There is archaeological evidence that copper was one of the first metals used as currency by.

THe AZDES website to file your unemployment taxes has moved to : If you are using a bookmark, please update it with the new address.

Secondary School Teacher Wages Adjusted for Cost of Living () Inthe wage for secondary school teachers in the Tucson MSA was % more than the median wage for all occupations. It is important to keep in mind that the median wage for all occupations reflects both low and high skilled workers, with a large number of occupations.

What is Arizona’s minimum wage. Until January 1,Arizona’s minimum wage will remain $ per hour. eginning January 1,the Arizona minimum wage will be increased to $ per hour. The Industrial ommission’s model minimum wage notice is available here. Data Sources. The Local Area Unemployment Statistics Program at the Bureau of Labor Statistics provides measures of labor force, employment and unemployment by geography.

It is a monthly survey of persons living in a particular area, in this case the State of Arizona, and yields information regarding the employment status of people living in that area. A free inside look at State of Arizona salary trends based on salaries wages for jobs at State of Arizona.

Salaries posted anonymously by State of Arizona employees. In Arizona was the leading copper-producing state in the US, producing thousand metric tons of copper, worth a record $ billion. Arizona's copper production was 60% of the total for the United States.

Copper mining also produces gold and silver as y: United States. InArizona had a population of M people with a median age of 38 and a median household income of $59, Between and the population of Arizona grew from M to M, a % increase and its median household income grew from $56, to $59, a % increase.

Average salary in Arizona is US$ 77, Detailed salary report based on career, education, experience, gender, age etc. Advanced /20 Survey. Arizona's state minimum wage rate is $ per is greater than the Federal Minimum Wage of $ You are entitled to be paid the higher state minimum wage.

The minimum wage applies to most employees in Arizona, with limited exceptions including tipped employees, some student workers, and other exempt occupations. The Arizona minimum wage was last changed inwhen it was. minimum wage increase is presented in section 5, and an investigation of the cost to employers of the wage hike as well as the income loss to laid-off workers is reported in section 6.

Lastly, section 7 provides a summary and conclusion. The Data To analyze the effects of the proposed Arizona minimum wage increase, data are drawn from. Copper Production in Chile decreased to Thousands of Tonnes in April from Thousands of Tonnes in March of Copper Production in Chile averaged Thousands of Tonnes from untilreaching an all time high of Thousands of Tonnes in December of and a record low of Thousands of Tonnes in February of Filing as a single person in Arizona, you will get taxed at a rate of % on your first $26, of taxable income; % up to $53,; % up to $,; and % on income beyond $, Instead of an annual cost of living raise pegged to inflation, Phelps Dodge offered an annual wage review pinned to the price of copper.

If copper increased, employees would receive a raise. They offered new workers $ an hour instead of over $ The Economic Impact of the Arizona Copper Industry Figure 2. The direct contribution of the copper industry to Arizona's economy exceeded $3 billion indown from the year before, but still higher than any year prior to The biggest part of that impact on the state's economy, over.

"The median hourly wage in Arizona in was $, so you’ve probably got something like 40 percent of the jobs are making less than $15 an hour," he said. According to the Arizona Mining Association, Arizona currently produces 68% of domestically mined copper.

With that copper production comes by-product molybdenum, gold, silver, platinum, and rhenium. Incidentally, the Sierrita Mine south of Tucson is currently the only domestic producer of rhenium, a metal used in high-temperature, super-alloy. The average salary in Page, AZ is $ Trends in wages decreased by percent in Q1 The cost of living in Page, AZ is 1 percent higher than the national average.

Economics Undergraduate Courses Analysis of output, employment, interest rates, and the price level; the effects of these on changes in monetary and fiscal variables. Applications of economic theory and empirical methods to labor supply and demand, investment in human capital, minimum wages, union effects on relative wages, and labor.

There are 27 major mines in Greater Arizona producing copper, gold, lime, uranium, coal and cement. Combined, these mines account for a $ billion impact on the Arizona economy and are responsible jobs direct and indirect jobs.

Direct mining jobs paid an average annual wage of $, compared to $51, for all Arizona workers. The Maquiladora Related Economy of Nogales and Santa Cruz County. A recent study, Bi-National Business Linkages Associated with Fresh Produce and Production Sharing [ 1 ], investigates foundations and opportunities for Nogales and Santa Cruz County related to importation of Mexican fresh produce and import/export trade associated with the maquiladora sector.

Occupational wages are measured before taxes and do not include fringe benefits. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics collects survey data on wages by occupation and industry and reports this data annually as Occupational Employment Statistics (OES). The OES data include detailed employment and wage estimates for over occupations and industries.

Average and Minimum Salary in Arizona October 1, Off Posted by Daniel Hall Taking a closer look at the average and minimum salary in Arizona will be useful in helping travelers and ex-pats understand the reality of the economy in the The Copper State.

The average salary in Arizona City, AZ is $ Trends in wages increased by percent in Q1 The cost of living in Arizona City, AZ is 16 percent higher than the national average.

5 Arizona Schools for Deaf and Blind, Minimum and maximum based on 1, hours STEP BA BA+30 MA MA+30 MA+45 MA+60 Mini 32, 34, 36, 37, 39,File Size: 1MB. Whereas Arizona had produced 5, pounds of copper during the preceding year, the total output now rose to 15,¾then jumped to 24, pounds in Clifton produced 8, pounds of copper from the Detroit smelters alone Arizona Minimum Wage Goes Up 50 Cents On Jan.

1 - Phoenix, AZ - It is the second of four planned increases that will bring it to $12 in. Workers in Phoenix saw their wages increase the most of any city in the country last year, the U.S.

Bureau of Labor Statistics said Thursday. Arizona personal income grew more than the U.S. average in but the state still ranks 42nd in per capita personal income.

The percent increase last Author: Eric Jay Toll.The largest list of government salaries in Arizona, including more thanemployees of the state, Phoenix, Tucson, Glendale, Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe, Maricopa County, the state universities.