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Advertised jobs in Florida increased from 231,600 in June 2012 to over 273,800 openings at the end of December 2-12 and are still increasing in 2103.

By January 15, 2013 the state was home to over 283,000 posted job vacancies! That’s another 9,000 open jobs on top of 42,000 increase already.

Business is good in Florida for the IT, Healthcare, and Human Services industries and should attract a strong worker base. IT is growing faster as the privatization of space flight and its partnerships with NASA begin the Asteroid Mining Industry begun by Google and James Cameron. For more information, see:

Computers and Aerospace Openings Increasing 2012 – 2022.

ASTEROID MINING as a concept is already so successful that it is being parodied ny William Shatner in Escape from Planet Earth 3D.


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