How old do you have to be to bartend in Arizona?

Arizona – 19

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The age to bartend in Arizona is 19 years of age.

A Basic Certificate of Completion is required in addition to a Management Certificate of Completion for all Owners, Agents, and Managers actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the business. Basic courses can be for off-sale, on-sale or both. The Basic Title 4 training Certificate of Completion is valid for (3) three years from the completion date recorded on the certificate.

Arizona liquor law does not require all employees of licensed establishments to have a Certificate of Completion for Basic Title 4 Training.

Wages

SOC Code1 Occupational Title Mean Wage 10th Percentile Wage 25th Percentile Wage Median Wage 75th Percentile Wage 90th Percentile Wage Rounded Employment
Hourly                
35-3011 Bartenders $21.71 $13.62 $14.27 $18.17 $27.89 $34.98 11,620
Annual                
35-3011 Bartenders $45,150.00 $28,330.00 $29,680.00 $37,790.00 $58,020.00 $72,750.00 11,620
1 The Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) system is a federal statistical standard used by federal and state agencies to classify workers into occupational categories for the purpose of collecting, calculating, or disseminating data.