Mesa, the Spanish word that means “tabletop.” It is located on top of a plateau and has a spectacular view of the Valley of the Sun. The city has a dynamic and diverse educational, recreational, and offers excellent business opportunities. Among the most significant industries include aerospace, automotive testing, electronics, heavy machinery, and others had boosted the city’s economy and have been home to the country’s top manufacturers. The city enjoys 313 days of pure sunshine a year, which makes it an ideal choice for camping outdoors and for several major league baseball training camps during spring. In comparison to the rest of the cities in the United States, Mesa’s cost of living is estimated to be 4.2% higher than most of the average. The metro area offers plenty of coffee shops and parks. The city exudes a suburban feel, and most of the residents own the homes they live in. Many of its families and young professionals tend to lean conservatives. In comparison to the rest of the cities in the United States, Mesa’s cost of living is estimated to be 4.2% higher than most of the average. The metro area offers plenty of coffee shops and parks. The city exudes a suburban feel, and most of the residents own the homes they live in. Many of its families and young professionals tend to lean conservatives.

Population 457,587  (13.50%)

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