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Pinal County surveying residents on occupational skills, aspirations

Posted 2/23/21

Pinal County is conducting a survey of residents of northwest Pinal County to better understand their occupational skills and aspirations.

This information will help county and city leaders …

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Pinal County surveying residents on occupational skills, aspirations

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Pinal County is conducting a survey of residents of northwest Pinal County to better understand their occupational skills and aspirations.

This information will help county and city leaders attract more employers to locate to the county. It will also be used by school-district and community-college leaders to help understand areas that they should prioritize in the future, according to a release.

The market research company Strategic Research Initiatives is conducting the study over seven to eight weeks throughout the county for Tim Kanavel, manager of economic development for Pinal County.

Answers will be confidential and the results of the survey will be reported in a summary format. A summary of the results will be widely available throughout the county. The survey takes approximately eight to 12 minutes to complete.

“Your participation is very important to the future direction of the county,” the release states. “Please complete one survey per household.”

Click on the following link to do the survey, which may be completed in English or Spanish: survey.euro.confirmit.com/wix/p300998047556.aspx?src=6&C=1. The link is to be open through the first week or two of March.

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