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Report: Florida job creation slowed in July

August 30th, 2015 · Leave a Comment


Florida added 13,700 private sector jobs in July, the weakest monthly performance so far this year, according to a recent report, per an Aug. 12 article by the Tampa Bay Times.

The article states that an estimate from payroll-processing …

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Macquarie Group to Create 123 Jobs in Jacksonville

August 9th, 2015 · Leave a Comment


International financial services company Macquarie Group will open an office in Downtown Jacksonville, creating 123 highly skilled jobs over the next two years.

The Jacksonville City Council recently unanimously approved the project as Project Post, and Macquarie officials announced they …

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Jacksonville Ranked Top Southern City for Jobs

April 19th, 2015 · Leave a Comment


A recent article by Kylie Anderson for ZipRecruiter.com named Jacksonville No. 5 on its list of top cities in the Southern U.S. for jobs.

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NAIOP of Northeast Florida Participates in NAIOP Day at the Capital

April 11th, 2013 · Leave a Comment

NAIOP of Northeast Florida, the region’s commercial real estate authority and trade association, recently participated in NAIOP Day at the Capital in Tallahassee, a two-day event for all NAIOP chapters in the state.

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Chambers Unite to Support Regional Agenda

February 20th, 2013 · Leave a Comment

Recommendations designed to take the Northeast Florida economy to a new level are outlined in the Northeast Florida 2013 Advocacy Agenda. The agenda was developed with collaborative input from chambers of commerce and other local leaders to identify priorities and opportunities for job growth and creation throughout the region. The agenda outlines local, state and federal issues in six areas that will impact future economic growth in the region. The six areas include: business climate, small business, physical infrastructure, workforce, education and military.

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