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| 9/4/2012

› Column: Labor Day in Florida: Hey buddy, can you spare a 'good' job?
"On a Labor Day weekend sandwiched between two national political conventions obsessed with boosting employment, let's look at how well we're generating more jobs -- and what kinds of jobs they are. Many people who found jobs after losing others are now earning less than before. In Florida, that's proving a big drag on the state's prosperity." -- Robert Trigaux, business columnist at the Tampa Bay Times

› Medical device maker growing in Lee and Collier counties
Arthrex Inc. is continuing its expansion into Southwest Florida. The Arthrex Logistics Center opened in Fort Myers in February. When completed in November, the building’s warehouse and distribution portion will be joined by global logistics personnel, including customer service and information technology workers, said David Bumpous, director of operations.

› SunTrust offers job interview tips at workshop
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› Holiday weekend brought crowds to Panama City Beach
Sunburns were the least of the discomforts some people were worried they would have to endure in the wake of Hurricane Isaac, nonetheless, swathes of beachgoers rotated from belly to back and repeated under near-cloudless skies.


Today's Daily Pulse was compiled by Joyce Edmondson

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