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Fishkind Commentaries | Florida’s Employment Divide: Why Are Bigger Cities Outpacing Smaller Ones?


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Economic Analyst Hank Fishkind of Fishkind & Associates

Economic Analyst Hank Fishkind of Fishkind & Associates

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A new trend is emerging in Florida’s employment numbers, and it’s caught the attention of 90.7 economic analyst Hank Fishkind.

There’s a clear difference in how Florida’s larger cities are faring in terms of job creation and employment and how smaller cities are doing.

This week, Fishkind looks at the factors pushing the state’s major metropolitan areas forward, and holding other regions back.


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