Florida’s labor market is polarizing. Florida’s lack of high-skill jobs and low investment in education, along with baby boom retirements, mean low-skill jobs will likely replace vanishing mid-skill jobs more so than in the rest of the US.
Florida was a hotly contested battleground state in the 2012 Presidential election, and the electorate was inundated with polls. Now that the election is behind us, we ask: how accurate were they?
Do the frequent lighting strikes in Florida impact business growth? This analysis questions the popular theory.