Florida Reports 18 Consecutive Months of Private Sector Job Growth

Florida Reports 18 Consecutive Months of Private Sector Job Growth


Florida has experienced 18 consecutive months of private sector job growth, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) announced on Friday.

According to a news release from the governor’s office, Florida added 44,300 jobs in October. Overall, the job growth rate has increased 5.7 percent in the state this year.

Additionally, Florida has seen “12 consecutive months of labor force increases with a growth of 29,000 over the month,” according to the governor’s office. “Florida’s labor force growth represents a 5.8% increase over the year, which is significantly higher than the national rate of 0.5%. Florida’s unemployment rate, currently at 4.6%, also decreased by 0.2 percentage points from the revised September 2021 rate of 4.8%.”

“In total, Florida has gained 1,111,000 private sector jobs since April

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