February 27, 2015

Knowing the Market

Where the Jobs Are in Florida

Ginger Broslat | 11/7/2013

The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity tracks job postings to determine what companies are hiring, what kind of positions they need to fill, and how many people are looking for jobs.

Major occupational groups with the most online ads in September were sales and related occupations; healthcare practitioners and technical occupations; office and administrative support occupations; and management occupations.

These reports are produced monthly. To follow the most current job posting activity by city and occupational group, visit www.floridajobs.org/labor-market-information/products-and-services/help-wanted-online.

Florida Cities with the Most Online Ads October 2013 % Change 2012 to 2013
Miami 25,566 +16%
Tampa 22,819 -17%
Orlando 22,112 +16%
Jacksonville 20,138 +7%
Fort Lauderdale 9,644 +6%
Sarasota 6,941 +12%
Fort Myers 6,749 +11%
Tallahassee 6,182 +21%
Gainesville 4,984 +10%
Boca Raton 4,980 +8%

 

Source: The Conference Board, Help Wanted OnLine. Prepared by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, Labor Market Statistics Center.

Tags: Florida Career Connections, Job Search

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