Florida Diversified Economy Fights Unemployment: The most recent unemployment rate nationwide figures obtained from the Labor Department between July, 2011 and July, 2012 suggest that Florida has probably a better chance to overcome its unemployment problem compared to states like California and Nevada. According to the Wall Street Journal, not only Florida’s unemployment rate of 9.2% is lower, but its underemployment rate of 17.0%, which represents the number of people who are unemployed and have not looked for a job in the past four weeks, is lower as well.
Florida Diversified Economy Fights Unemployment
Florida’s diversified economy is a factor that determines why the sunshine state is most likely to grow out of its unemployment sooner than other economies. Florida is not only a good place to work at but also a good place to invest.
At Boyer Law Firm, our attorneys can assist you with questions regarding employment, investment, real estate and business in the State of Florida.