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August 17, 2018

Welcome to Business Florida

Florida Offers Boundless Business Potential

CareerSource Florida

| 9/22/2017

In today’s competitive environment, a skilled, capable workforce gives your business a competitive edge. We are here to help. The CareerSource Florida network provides recruiting, hiring and training assistance to thousands of businesses like yours, whether you need one employee or 1,000.

We are helping to build tomorrow’s talent pipeline through our national leadership in industry sector strategies. Together with business, education and economic development partners, we are using market intelligence to project occupational needs now and into the future and addressing those needs with demand-driven talent solutions. Through these partnerships, we are working to ensure today’s training teaches tomorrow’s skills.

The impact is significant. We provided assistance to more than 81,000 businesses of all sizes last year, and more than 369,000 Floridians assisted by the CareerSource Florida network were hired.

You want to win. We want to help. Let’s work together to grow your business and make Florida the global leader for talent.

Michelle Dennard
President and CEO, CareerSource Florida
CareerSource Florida

The mission of CareerSource Florida is to connect employers with qualified, skilled talent and Floridians with employment and career development opportunities to achieve economic prosperity. Learn more at careersourceflorida.com.

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