Nogales, Arizona is a trans-border city that lies across from its larger twin sister city Nogales, Sonora, across the Mexico border. Nogales is a agribusiness center and is a good place to find produce jobs and agricultural careers. Nogales is the beginning of the trade region called the Arizona Sun Corridor. This region runs from Nogales to Prescott, AZ. Some of the main crops that pass through Nogales are: squash, organic cucumbers, bell peppers, corn, watermelons and other types of fruit.
Aside from most of Nogales's income coming from produce distribution and agribusiness, there is a strong international commerce trade between the US and Mexico thriving in Nogales. Both the Sonora and the Arizona cities of Nogales home one of the largest manquilladora clusters. These types of clusters provide lower wage and operational costs for manufacturers in the area. Nogales, AZ is a very affordable place to live and has a lively border shopping area. There are also parks, a movie theater, an art gallery and many outdoor amenities to enjoy including swimming pools and sports complexes. Nogales has its own airport and over 200 sites listed in the National Register of Historic Sites. Nogales, AZ is a great place to start your agricultural career and raise a family.