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May 25, 2018
Florida's Workforce 2017

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Florida's Workforce 2017

Mike Vogel | 7/26/2017

“A high-quality talent pipeline is the single most important consideration for companies investing in new locations and expansions.” — Boyette Strategic Advisors, in a report for the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance economic development group

The special report on Florida’s workforce looks at life off the college track, apprenticeships, the future of worker training in Florida, where the jobs will be and won’t be, wages, a state program designed to encourage industry certifications, the skills gap and more.

ALSO IN THIS ARTICLE: Robert Utsey; Rony Abovitz; Wiginton Fire Systems; Steve Browne; Hector Sandoval; Steven Latey; Oscar Romo; David J. Armstrong; Don Gaetz; Bill McInnish; Michelle Dennard; Anthony Pierce; ABC Institute; Peter Dyga; Power Design; Josue Rene; Gaby Gechter

 

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