November 24, 2014

Florida's 2014 Economic Yearbook

Jacksonville is ‘hitting on all cylinders'

In Depth: Northeast Florida by the numbers

Lilly Rockwell | 3/31/2014

The recession is fast becoming a memory for most Jacksonville residents. Employers are hiring, home values are up and tourism is on the rise. And all signs point to continued improvement this year. Businesses to watch include: Rayonier; Crowley Marine; Vistakon; and others. Also, highlights from St. Augustine/St. Johns County; Orange Park/Clay County; Nassau County; Putnam County; Columbia County; and Baker County.

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