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1 Charlie Crist Governor Monesia T. Brown Director EMBARGOED UNTIL 10:00 AM CONTACT: WARREN MAY THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2007 (850) FLORIDA S JANUARY UNEMPLOYMENT RATE 3.3 PERCENT ~The unemployment rate continues to outperform the national average~ TALLAHASSEE Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation (AWI) Director Monesia T. Brown today announced Florida s unemployment rate for January seasonally adjusted - was 3.3 percent, unchanged from the December 2006 rate. Based on the latest nationwide data, Florida had the lowest unemployment rate of the ten most populous states and continues below the national average. The comparable national unemployment rate for January was 4.6 percent. Florida s economy continues to see growth, said AWI Director Monesia Brown. Although the housing sector continues to exert pressure on our job market as it does elsewhere, Florida s economy is producing a steady supply of jobs. As we move forward, it is essential that we continue to identify, develop and participate in programs that create job equity for industries of critical need throughout the state. AWI and Florida s workforce system are focusing on high wage jobs by creating up-to-date training for workers in industries that are critical to sustaining and growing Florida s diverse economy. AWI continues to participate in programs that foster economic growth like the Employ Florida Banner Centers, CHOICE Institutes and Florida ReBuilds. In the next two months four new Banner Centers will be created that design training curricula in health sciences, homeland security, logistics & distribution and construction. Florida s Labor Force at a Glance Florida has enjoyed 53 consecutive months of job growth. Florida gained 145,200 nonagricultural new jobs in January compared to a year ago. Out of the civilian labor force of 9,136,000, there were 305,000 unemployed Floridians. Florida s January 2007 unemployment rate was 1.3 percentage points lower than the national rate of 4.6 percent. Florida s rate has been below the national average since mid United States and Florida Unemployment Rates (seasonally adjusted) percent US 2.5 Jan-00 Mar-00 May-00 Jul-00 Sep-00 Nov-00 Jan-01 Mar-01 May-01 Jul-01 Sep-01 Nov-01 Jan-02 Mar-02 May-02 Jul-02 Sep-02 Nov-02 Jan-03 Mar-03 May-03 Jul-03 Sep-03 Nov-03 Jan-04 Mar-04 May-04 Jul-04 Sep-04 Nov-04 Jan-05 Mar-05 May-05 Jul-05 Sep-05 Nov-05 Jan-06 Mar-06 May-06 Jul-06 Sep-06 Nov-06 Jan-07 Florida

2 FLORIDA S NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY (Seasonally Adjusted) In January 2007, Florida s nonagricultural employment expanded by 1.8 percent over the year, totaling 8,075,200 jobs. In comparison, nonagricultural employment grew nationally at a rate of 1.6 percent. Florida s job growth rate has slowed recently due primarily to weaker growth in construction. Florida added 145,200 jobs since January Professional and business services and education and health services accounted for 47 percent of the new jobs in the state. FLORIDA S NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY (Not Seasonally Adjusted) Florida s total nonagricultural employment has expanded steadily since September In January 2007, there were 8,039,100 nonagricultural jobs, an increase of 1.9 percent (+151,500 jobs) over the year. Most of Florida s major industry sectors, which are described below, added jobs over the year except information which lost 800 jobs and manufacturing which lost 6,000 jobs. Professional and business services led Florida s industry sectors in employment growth over the year, adding 42,000 jobs (+3.2 percent). Employment services (+16,000 jobs, +3.7 percent) continued to lead job growth within this industry sector. The education and health services sector ranked second and grew by 27,900 jobs (+2.9 percent) over the year. Health care and social assistance added the most jobs (+24,900 jobs, +3.0 percent) in this industry sector. The strongest growth within health care and social assistance was in ambulatory health care services (+11,400 jobs, +3.4 percent). Government ranked third in adding the most jobs in the state (18,600 jobs, +1.7 percent) with the increases primarily in local government (+16,600 jobs, +2.2 percent). The trade, transportation, and utilities industry ranked fourth in adding the most jobs in the state. The industry continued to exhibit growth over the year (+16,700 jobs, +1.1 percent), with more than half of the job gains in retail trade (+9,100 jobs, +0.9 percent). Motor vehicle and parts dealers (+2,500 jobs, +1.9 percent) added the most jobs in this industry. Construction (+13,600 jobs, +2.2 percent) continued to slow after reaching a peak rate of 14.3 percent in September Despite the slower growth, construction remained slightly faster than the overall job growth rate. Specialty trade contractors (+11,600 jobs) lead construction in job growth, while heavy and civil engineering construction had the fastest growth rate (+6.6 percent). Construction of buildings lost 2,900 jobs (-2.2 percent). Information (-800 jobs, -0.5 percent) and manufacturing (-6,000 jobs, -1.5 percent) were the only major industries that declined over the year. Most of information s job loss was in telecommunications (-1,000 jobs, -1.6 percent). Declines in durable goods manufacturing (- 1,500 jobs, -0.5 percent) accompanied losses in the nondurable goods sector (-4,500 jobs, percent). LOCAL AREA UNEMPLOYMENT STATISTICS (Not Seasonally Adjusted) In January 2007, Liberty and Walton counties shared the state s lowest unemployment rate (2.4 percent), followed by Monroe County (2.5 percent) and Wakulla County (2.6 percent). Alachua, Okaloosa, and Union counties were the next lowest (2.7 percent). Madison County, at 7.2 percent, had the highest unemployment rate in Florida in January, followed by Flagler and Hendry counties (5.0 percent) and Hernando County (4.9 percent). 2

3 Madison County s relatively high unemployment rate was due to the continuing effects of a manufacturing layoff. The counties having the largest over-the-year increases in their unemployment rates were Madison (+3.0 percentage points); Flagler (+1.0 percentage point); and Jackson (+0.9 percentage point). Forty-eight counties increased, thirteen decreased, and six were unchanged. AREA NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY (Not Seasonally Adjusted) The Miami-Ft. Lauderdale-Pompano Beach Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) led the state in over-the-year employment gains (+40,300 jobs, +1.7 percent) in January 2007, followed by the Orlando-Kissimmee MSA (+29,900 jobs, +2.8 percent) and the Tampa-St. Petersburg- Clearwater MSA (+26,500 jobs, +2.1 percent). The combined employment growth in these three MSAs accounted for 64 percent of the total job growth in the state. Annual Revisions to Estimates Beginning with this release of January 2007 estimates, the names of two Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) in Florida have changed. The MSAs with new names are Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach and Port St. Lucie; the geography of these areas did not change. Labor force and unemployment estimates for the State of Florida and the Miami-Miami- Beach-Kendall Metropolitan Division have been revised back to January For the other substate areas, estimates for 2006 have been revised and revisions back to 2002 are still in progress. Nonagricultural employment for 2005 and 2006 for the state, all MSAs, and all Metropolitan Divisions have been revised. For selected areas and industries, nonagricultural employment estimates have been revised back to January These data series have been revised to reflect company breakouts of some Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) resulting in a more complete picture of the actual location and industry of jobs. The reallocation of employment resulted in a reduction of professional and business services industry employment and increased employment in other industries. All of these revisions are routine and take place at this same time every year. The revisions reflect more complete information from employers on the number of jobs and are a normal part of the nationwide annual estimating cycle as determined by the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. 3

4 LABOR FORCE STATUS OF THE CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONAL POPULATION RELEASE DATE: MARCH 8, 2007 SEASONALLY ADJUSTED Over-the-Month Over-the-Year Current Month Month Ago Year Ago Change Change January 2007 December 2006 January 2006 Level Percent Level Percent STATE OF FLORIDA Civilian Noninstitutional Population ,363,000 14,343,000 14,098,000 20, , Civilian Labor Force 9,136,000 9,101,000 8,862,000 35, , Employment 8,830,000 8,804,000 8,557,000 26, , Unemployment 305, , ,000 8, Unemployment Rate (%) UNITED STATES Civilian Noninstitutional Population ,650, ,108, ,553, , ,097, Civilian Labor Force 152,974, ,775, ,122, , ,852, Employment 145,957, ,926, ,099,000 31,000 ** 2,858, Unemployment 7,017,000 6,849,000 7,023, , , Unemployment Rate (%) NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED Over-the-Month Over-the-Year Current Month Month Ago Year Ago Change Change January 2007 December 2006 January 2006 Level Percent Level Percent STATE OF FLORIDA Civilian Noninstitutional Population ,363,000 14,343,000 14,098,000 20, , Civilian Labor Force 9,060,000 9,132,000 8,775,000-72, , Employment 8,748,000 8,858,000 8,483, , , Unemployment 312, , ,000 38, , Unemployment Rate (%) UNITED STATES Civilian Noninstitutional Population ,650, ,108, ,553, , ,097, Civilian Labor Force 151,924, ,571, ,090, , ,834, Employment 144,275, ,081, ,481,000-1,806, ,794, Unemployment 7,649,000 6,491,000 7,608,000 1,158, , Unemployment Rate (%) ** Less than 0.05 percent Note: All estimates except unemployment rates are rounded to the nearest thousand. Items may not add to totals or compute to displayed percentages due to rounding. All data are subject to revision. 4

5 Nonagricultural Employment in Florida Seasonally Adjusted (in thousands) Over-the-Month Over-the-Year January p December r January Change Change Level Percent Level Percent Total Nonagricultural Employment 8, , , Construction Manufacturing Trade, Transportation, and Utilities 1, , , Wholesale Trade Retail Trade 1, , , Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Information Financial Activities Finance and Insurance Real Estate, Rental, and Leasing Professional and Business Services 1, , , Education and Health Services Educational Services Health Care and Social Assistance Leisure and Hospitality Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Accommodation and Food Services Other Services Total Government 1, , , Local Government p = preliminary, r = revised * = less than 0.1 Note: Sum of detail may not equal totals due to rounding or the exclusion of certain industries from publication. All data are subject to revision. Released March 8, ` Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, Current Employment Statistics Program in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. 5

6 NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYMENT IN FLORIDA STATEWIDE (Not Seasonally Adjusted) Released March 8, 2007 Change from January December January Dec 2006 to Jan 2007 Jan 2006 to Jan 2007 Industry Title Level Percent Level Percent Total Nonagricultural Employment 8,039,100 8,157,000 7,887, , % 151, % Total Private 6,920,200 7,031,800 6,787, , % 132, % Goods Producing 1,032,100 1,045,100 1,024,500-13, % 7, % Natural Resources and Mining 6,600 6,600 6, % 0 0.0% Mining, except Oil and Gas 3,900 4,000 4, % % Construction 628, , ,400-10, % 13, % Construction of Buildings 130, , ,200-3, % -2, % Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction 78,800 79,300 73, % 4, % Specialty Trade Contractors 418, , ,300-7, % 11, % Building Equipment Contractors 163, , ,400-2, % 7, % Manufacturing 397, , ,500-2, % -6, % Durable Goods 273, , , % -1, % Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing 41,400 41,500 40, % % Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing 49,300 49,700 49, % % Communications Equipment Manufacturing 10,400 10,500 10, % % Transportation Equipment Manufacturing 43,100 43,100 43, % % Aerospace Product and Parts Manufacturing 18,300 18,300 18, % % Miscellaneous Durable Goods Manufacturing 29,900 30,200 29, % % Nondurable Goods 124, , ,000-1, % -4, % Food Manufacturing 30,800 31,000 31, % -1, % Beverage and Tobacco Product Manufacturing 11,000 11,000 10, % % Paper Manufacturing 10,300 10,300 10, % % Printing and Related Support Activities 22,500 23,100 23, % % Chemical Manufacturing 19,000 19,100 20, % -1, % Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, Current Employment Statistics Program (in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics). 6

7 NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYMENT IN FLORIDA STATEWIDE (Not Seasonally Adjusted) Released March 8, 2007 Change from January December January Dec 2006 to Jan 2007 Jan 2006 to Jan 2007 Industry Title Level Percent Level Percent Service Providing 7,007,000 7,111,900 6,863, , % 143, % Private Service Providing 5,888,100 5,986,700 5,762,800-98, % 125, % Trade, Transportation, and Utilities 1,602,200 1,651,500 1,585,500-49, % 16, % Wholesale Trade 349, , ,300-3, % 8, % Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods 187, , ,300-1, % 4, % Commercial Equipment Wholesalers 46,900 47,100 46, % % Electronic Goods Wholesalers 22,600 22,800 22, % % Machinery and Supply Wholesalers 34,900 35,600 33, % 1, % Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods 122, , ,300-1, % 1, % Grocery and Related Product Wholesalers 43,300 44,000 43, % % Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents 40,300 40,800 37, % 2, % Retail Trade 1,009,300 1,048,300 1,000,200-39, % 9, % Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers 135, , ,600-1, % 2, % Automobile Dealers 87,500 88,400 87, % % Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores 46,000 47,300 45,800-1, % % Electronics and Appliance Stores 38,100 39,700 36,400-1, % 1, % Building Material and Garden Supply Stores 88,600 89,300 87, % 1, % Food and Beverage Stores 196, , ,300-1, % % Health and Personal Care Stores 68,500 71,000 66,300-2, % 2, % Gasoline Stations 40,800 40,800 39, % 1, % Clothing and Accessory Stores 102, , ,500-11, % 1, % Sporting Goods, Hobby, Book, and Music Stores 34,600 37,900 33,400-3, % 1, % General Merchandise Stores 179, , ,800-12, % % Department Stores 80,200 88,600 81,700-8, % -1, % Other General Merchandise Stores 99, ,600 98,100-4, % 1, % Miscellaneous Store Retailers 57,500 60,000 57,700-2, % % Nonstore Retailers 21,700 22,700 23,600-1, % -1, % Electronic Shopping and Mail-Order Houses 13,800 14,600 15, % -1, % Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities 243, , ,000-6, % -1, % Utilities 24,200 24,300 24, % % Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, Current Employment Statistics Program (in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics). 7

8 NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYMENT IN FLORIDA STATEWIDE (Not Seasonally Adjusted) Released March 8, 2007 Change from January December January Dec 2006 to Jan 2007 Jan 2006 to Jan 2007 Industry Title Level Percent Level Percent Transportation and Warehousing 218, , ,000-6, % -1, % Air Transportation 28,600 28,800 29, % -1, % Water Transportation 11,900 12,000 12, % % Truck Transportation 48,600 49,400 49, % % Support Activities for Transportation 48,100 48,300 47, % 1, % Couriers and Messengers 30,700 36,300 30,800-5, % % Warehousing and Storage 28,500 28,500 27, % 1, % Information 165, , ,800-3, % % Publishing Industries, except Internet 43,700 43,900 42, % 1, % Broadcasting, except Internet 18,700 19,000 18, % % Telecommunications 62,100 64,000 63,100-1, % -1, % Wired Telecommunications Carriers 32,800 33,000 33, % % Internet Service Providers and Data Processing 24,800 25,000 25, % % Financial Activities 545, , ,100-6, % 7, % Finance and Insurance 367, , ,100-3, % 4, % Credit Intermediation and Related Activities 190, , ,400-1, % 3, % Depository Credit Intermediation 104, , , % 2, % Insurance Carriers and Related Activities 135, , , % 0 0.0% Insurance Carriers 74,700 75,000 75, % -1, % Insurance Agencies, Brokerages, and Related 61,000 61,600 60, % 1, % Real Estate, Rental, and Leasing 177, , ,000-2, % 2, % Real Estate 128, , ,400-4, % 1, % Professional and Business Services 1,347,800 1,365,200 1,305,800-17, % 42, % Professional and Technical Services 453, , ,900-6, % 11, % Legal Services 89,400 92,300 91,000-2, % -1, % Accounting, Tax Preparation, and Bookkeeping 59,700 55,000 59,200 4, % % Architectural, Engineering, and Related 93,600 94,600 90,000-1, % 3, % Computer Systems Design and Related 55,700 57,200 54,100-1, % 1, % Management, Scientific, and Technical 66,400 67,700 61,400-1, % 5, % Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, Current Employment Statistics Program (in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics). 8

9 NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYMENT IN FLORIDA STATEWIDE (Not Seasonally Adjusted) Released March 8, 2007 Change from January December January Dec 2006 to Jan 2007 Jan 2006 to Jan 2007 Industry Title Level Percent Level Percent Management of Companies and Enterprises 72,400 73,400 72,800-1, % % Administrative and Waste Services 821, , ,100-10, % 30, % Administrative and Support Services 801, , ,300-10, % 29, % Employment Services 448, , ,300-6, % 16, % Business Support Services 60,900 62,200 58,600-1, % 2, % Travel Arrangement and Reservation Services 29,900 30,100 29, % % Investigation and Security Services 58,200 58,600 56, % 1, % Services to Buildings and Dwellings 133, , ,100-4, % 4, % Waste Management and Remediation Services 20,000 19,900 18, % 1, % Education and Health Services 981, , ,400-9, % 27, % Educational Services 127, , ,000-1, % 3, % Elementary and Secondary Schools 44,200 44,500 43, % % Colleges and Universities 48,100 49,800 46,200-1, % 1, % Health Care and Social Assistance 854, , ,400-8, % 24, % Ambulatory Health Care Services 351, , ,900-5, % 11, % Offices of Physicians 159, , ,300-2, % 4, % Home Health Care Services 51,400 52,400 50,000-1, % 1, % Hospitals 243, , , % 7, % Nursing and Residential Care Facilities 155, , ,500-2, % 3, % Nursing Care Facilities 84,800 85,200 82, % 2, % Community Care for the Elderly 41,300 41,700 40, % 1, % Social Assistance 104, , , % 2, % Leisure and Hospitality 904, , ,700-10, % 16, % Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 174, , ,500-2, % 3, % Amusement, Gambling, and Recreation 138, , ,600-1, % 3, % Amusement Parks and Arcades 53,800 55,000 51,400-1, % 2, % Accommodation and Food Services 730, , ,200-7, % 13, % Accommodation 155, , , % % Food Services and Drinking Places 575, , ,100-7, % 12, % Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, Current Employment Statistics Program (in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics). 9

10 NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYMENT IN FLORIDA STATEWIDE (Not Seasonally Adjusted) Released March 8, 2007 Change from January December January Dec 2006 to Jan 2007 Jan 2006 to Jan 2007 Industry Title Level Percent Level Percent Other Services 341, , ,500-2, % 16, % Repair and Maintenance 76,400 77,300 75, % % Automotive Repair and Maintenance 53,200 54,100 52, % % Personal and Laundry Services 78,100 78,900 78, % % Membership Associations and Organizations 187, , ,900-1, % 15, % Total Government 1,118,900 1,125,200 1,100,300-6, % 18, % Federal 126, , ,600-2, % -1, % State 213, , , % 3, % Local 779, , ,000-4, % 16, % Note: Employment estimates have been rounded to the nearest hundred. Sum of detail may not equal totals due to rounding or the exclusion of certain industries from publication. All data are subject to revision. Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, Current Employment Statistics Program (in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics). 10

11 STATE OF FLORIDA LOCAL AREA UNEMPLOYMENT STATISTICS BY COUNTY (NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED) JANUARY 2007 DECEMBER 2006 JANUARY 2006 LABOR EMPLOY- UNEMPLOYMENT LABOR EMPLOY- UNEMPLOYMENT LABOR EMPLOY- UNEMPLOYMENT COUNTY FORCE MENT LEVEL RATE (%) FORCE MENT LEVEL RATE (%) FORCE MENT LEVEL RATE (%) ALACHUA BAKER BAY BRADFORD BREVARD BROWARD CALHOUN CHARLOTTE CITRUS CLAY COLLIER COLUMBIA DESOTO DIXIE DUVAL ESCAMBIA FLAGLER FRANKLIN GADSDEN GILCHRIST GLADES GULF HAMILTON HARDEE HENDRY HERNANDO HIGHLANDS HILLSBOROUGH HOLMES INDIAN RIVER JACKSON JEFFERSON LAFAYETTE LAKE LEE LEON LEVY LIBERTY PAGE 1 OF 2 SOURCE: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, Local Area Unemployment Statistics Program, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. 11

12 STATE OF FLORIDA LOCAL AREA UNEMPLOYMENT STATISTICS BY COUNTY (NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED) JANUARY 2007 DECEMBER 2006 JANUARY 2006 LABOR EMPLOY- UNEMPLOYMENT LABOR EMPLOY- UNEMPLOYMENT LABOR EMPLOY- UNEMPLOYMENT COUNTY FORCE MENT LEVEL RATE (%) FORCE MENT LEVEL RATE (%) FORCE MENT LEVEL RATE (%) MADISON MANATEE MARION MARTIN MIAMI-DADE MONROE NASSAU OKALOOSA OKEECHOBEE ORANGE OSCEOLA PALM BEACH PASCO PINELLAS POLK PUTNAM ST. JOHNS ST. LUCIE SANTA ROSA SARASOTA SEMINOLE SUMTER SUWANNEE TAYLOR UNION VOLUSIA WAKULLA WALTON WASHINGTON FLORIDA NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED SEASONALLY ADJUSTED UNITED STATES NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED SEASONALLY ADJUSTED PAGE 2 OF 2 RELEASED MARCH 8, 2007 NOTE: Items may not add to totals or compute to displayed percentages due to rounding. All data are subject to revision. SOURCE: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, Local Area Unemployment Statistics Program, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. 12

13 STATE OF FLORIDA LOCAL AREA UNEMPLOYMENT STATISTICS BY METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA (MSA (NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED) JANUARY 2007 DECEMBER 2006 JANUARY 2006 LABOR EMPLOY- UNEMPLOYMENT LABOR EMPLOY- UNEMPLOYMENT LABOR EMPLOY- UNEMPLOYMENT MSA (COUNTIES) FORCE MENT LEVEL RATE (%) FORCE MENT LEVEL RATE (%) FORCE MENT LEVEL RATE (%) CAPE CORAL-FT. MYERS (Lee) DELTONA-DAYTONA BEACH-ORMOND BEACH (Volusia) FT. WALTON BEACH-CRESTVIEW-DESTIN (Okaloosa) GAINESVILLE (Alachua and Gilchrist) JACKSONVILLE (Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, and St. Johns) LAKELAND (Polk) MIAMI-FT. LAUDERDALE-POMPANO BEACH (Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach) Ft. Lauderdale-Pompano Beach-Deerfield Beach Metropolitan Division (Broward) Miami-Miami Beach-Kendall Metropolitan Division (Miami-Dade) West Palm Beach-Boca Raton-Boynton Beach Metropolitan Division (Palm Beach) NAPLES-MARCO ISLAND (Collier) OCALA (Marion) ORLANDO-KISSIMMEE (Lake, Orange, Osceola, and Seminole) PALM BAY-MELBOURNE-TITUSVILLE (Brevard) PALM COAST (Flagler) PANAMA CITY-LYNN HAVEN (Bay) PENSACOLA-FERRY PASS-BRENT (Escambia and Santa Rosa) PORT ST. LUCIE (Martin and St. Lucie) PUNTA GORDA (Charlotte) SARASOTA-BRADENTON-VENICE (Manatee and Sarasota) SEBASTIAN-VERO BEACH (Indian River) TALLAHASSEE (Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, and Wakulla) TAMPA-ST. PETERSBURG-CLEARWATER (Hernando, Hillsborough, Pasco, and Pinellas) FLORIDA NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED SEASONALLY ADJUSTED UNITED STATES NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED SEASONALLY ADJUSTED RELEASED MARCH 8, 2007 NOTE: Items may not add to totals or compute to displayed percentages due to rounding. All data are subject to revision. SOURCE: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, Local Area Unemployment Statistics Program, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics 13

14 STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTIES RANKED BY UNEMPLOYMENT RATE (NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED) JANUARY 2007 RELEASED 03/08/2007 UNEMPLOYMENT UNEMPLOYMENT RANK COUNTY RATE (%) RANK COUNTY RATE (%) 1 MADISON HILLSBOROUGH FLAGLER DESOTO HENDRY SUWANNEE 3.4 UNITED STATES MIAMI-DADE HERNANDO 4.9 FLORIDA ST. LUCIE PINELLAS INDIAN RIVER CALHOUN PUTNAM COLUMBIA PASCO CLAY CITRUS ORANGE TAYLOR LEE HAMILTON GILCHRIST GADSDEN SANTA ROSA OKEECHOBEE NASSAU JACKSON HOLMES CHARLOTTE BROWARD MARION MANATEE BAY BRADFORD BREVARD HARDEE DIXIE LAFAYETTE LEVY SEMINOLE OSCEOLA FRANKLIN DUVAL BAKER GLADES ST. JOHNS LAKE COLLIER VOLUSIA SUMTER JEFFERSON LEON POLK OKALOOSA WASHINGTON UNION PALM BEACH ALACHUA MARTIN WAKULLA ESCAMBIA MONROE GULF LIBERTY HIGHLANDS WALTON SARASOTA 3.4 NOTE: All data are subject to revision. Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, Local Area Unemployment Statistics Program, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. 14

15 STATE OF FLORIDA METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS (MSAs) AND METROPOLITAN DIVISIONS (MDs) RANKED BY UNEMPLOYMENT RATE (NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED) JANUARY Palm Coast MSA 5.0 % United States Sebastian-Vero Beach MSA Port St. Lucie MSA Punta Gorda MSA Ocala MSA Panama City-Lynn Haven MSA Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville MSA Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach MSA Lakeland MSA West Palm Beach-Boca Raton-Boynton Beach MD Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater MSA Jacksonville MSA Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent MSA Miami-Miami Beach-Kendall MD 3.4 Florida Miami-Ft. Lauderdale-Pompano Beach MSA Orlando-Kissimmee MSA Sarasota-Bradenton-Venice MSA Cape Coral-Ft. Myers MSA Ft. Lauderdale-Pompano Beach-Deerfield Beach MD Naples-Marco Island MSA Tallahassee MSA Ft. Walton Beach-Crestview-Destin MSA Gainesville MSA 2.7 Released March 8, 2007 NOTE: All data are subject to revision. Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, Local Area Unemployment Statistics Program, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. 15

16 TOTAL NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYMENT FLORIDA (Not Seasonally Adjusted) Over-the-Month Over-the-Year January December January Change Change Area Level Percent Level Percent Statewide 8,039,100 8,157,000 7,887, , % +151, % Cape Coral-Ft. Myers MSA 237, , ,400-1, % +8, % Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach MSA 175, , ,400-1, % +2, % Ft. Lauderdale-Pompano Beach-Deerfield Beach MD 788, , ,700-11, % +14, % Ft. Walton Beach-Crestview-Destin MSA 87,500 88,500 86,000-1, % +1, % Gainesville MSA 134, , , % +2, % Jacksonville MSA 629, , ,200-9, % +16, % Lakeland MSA 221, , ,600-1, % +5, % Miami-Ft. Lauderdale-Pompano Beach MSA 2,430,700 2,470,200 2,390,400-39, % +40, % Miami-Miami Beach-Kendall MD 1,050,100 1,070,200 1,034,800-20, % +15, % Naples-Marco Island MSA 139, , , % +4, % Ocala MSA 106, , , % +2, % Orlando-Kissimmee MSA 1,085,400 1,100,900 1,055,500-15, % +29, % Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville MSA 215, , ,900-2, % % Panama City-Lynn Haven MSA 75,800 76,800 74,000-1, % +1, % Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent MSA 172, , ,100-1, % +1, % Port St. Lucie MSA 133, , ,000-1, % +1, % Punta Gorda MSA 45,300 45,600 44, % % Sarasota-Bradenton-Venice MSA 308, , ,000-4, % +8, % Sebastian-Vero Beach MSA 49,100 49,600 48, % % Tallahassee MSA 177, , ,100-3, % +2, % Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater MSA 1,312,000 1,326,700 1,285,500-14, % +26, % West Palm Beach-Boca Raton-Boynton Beach MD 591, , ,900-8, % +10, % Note: Employment estimates have been rounded to the nearest hundred. Sum of detail may not equal totals due to rounding or the exclusion of certain industries from publication. All data are subject to revision. Released March 8, Source: Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, Labor Market Statistics Center, Current Employment Statistics Program (in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics). 16

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