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December 19, 2018

Boundless Talent

| 9/22/2017

Florida’s high concentration of exceptionally skilled life sciences, information technology and finance professionals is no accident. This state’s colleges and universities are among the nation’s top performers of R&D and commercialization of technologies. Companies relocating or expanding in Florida can rest assured that today’s talent stands ready to help them succeed and tomorrow’s is already getting prepared.

9.8 Million Workers

28,000+ STEM Graduates Enter the Workforce Annually

1. 4 Million+ Private-Sector Jobs Created Since December 2010

3rd Largest Workforce among All States

12 Public Universities, 28 State Colleges, 9 Medical Schools; Numerous Private Colleges

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ADP Taps into Florida’s Skilled Workforce

ORLANDO – ADP, a global leader in the provision of cloud-based business outsourcing services, analytics and compliance expertise, will enjoy the advantages of Florida’s ready workforce as it expands operations in Orlando. The new office opening will create 500 jobs within the next six months — up to a total of 1,600 jobs overall — and pump more than $28 million into central Florida’s economy.

By choosing to grow in Florida, ADP joins the more than 129,500 financial and professional services firms and their nearly 900,000 employees that currently prosper in the Sunshine State.

Powerful technology combined with superior service is why ADP is a Human Capital leader. We are strategically placing jobs in the areas of client support and implementation and are happy to be doing this in the Orlando area.

Debbie Dyson
Corporate Vice President
Client Experience and Continuous Improvement

 

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