The following are results from the 2015 Arizona Transgender Survey found on AZ Central.
15 Percent of respondents who reported having lost at least one job because of their gender identity
16 Percent of respondents who were unemployed
21 Percent of respondents employed in the past year who said they were forced to use a restroom that did not match their gender identity at work; were told to present as the wrong gender in order to keep their jobs; or had a boss or coworker share private information about their transgender status without permission
28 Percent of respondents living in poverty
28 Percent of respondents employed in the last year who reported being harassed, denied a promotion or fired based on gender identity or expression during that year
32 Percent of respondents who had been homeless
68 Percent of respondents who said their ID documents did not match their preferred name and gender, a common obstacle during the job-application process