The most common racial groups in Sells City are Native Americans, Pacific Islanders, and White. The area's wealth is measured using several indicators of affluence, such as average household income and net worth, as well as the value of material possessions. These values are then compared against the national average, with values above 100 indicating higher wealth and below zero indicating lower wealth. In the table below, you can see how Sells ranks against the other 450 incorporated cities in Arizona. In other words, if Sells is in the 75th percentile, its residents are better off than those in its peers.
The population of Sells, AZ is 2.61k, with a median age of 24.7. The median household income is $32,019, up 4.25% from the previous year. The median household income is $30,714, compared to $65,712 for the rest of the United States. The highest paying industries in Sells are Utilities and Public Administration, which together employ around 61% of the city's workforce.