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Working Remotely is DelightFL

Work-Life Balance, Perfected

Remote work is no longer a dream – in many companies it’s even encouraged. If you’re going to break away from the office, it only makes sense to do it in a place that keeps you smiling, and Florida is prepared to do just that. Take in some sun between meetings and listen in on that conference call with beach views. With all of the infrastructure you’ll need to stay connected, you can take the leap to be the remote worker you always wanted to be, right here in Florida. See how our cost of living compares to your current location to start making moves to work remotely from Florida.

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aerospace

Innovative, next generation advanced manufacturing R&D institute establishing in Pensacola

LIFT, a national advanced materials manufacturing innovation institute, has selected Pensacola to establish its latest technology accelerator and talent development showcase facility.
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Entrepreneurs

Best Large Cities to Start a Business (2024)

Orlando is the best large city to start a business in, due in part to the fact that the number of small businesses has grown faster than in most other cities. Tampa is the second-best large city for starting a small business, in part because it has a low corporate tax rate, allowing businesses to […]
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FLJobs

Florida was America’s Hottest Job Market in 2023

Follow the mountains and sunshine for the best job markets in America. Salt Lake City was the country’s hottest job market in 2023, followed by three cities in Florida: Jacksonville, Orlando and Tampa. Miami also made the top 10, making Florida the top state last year.
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Florida

Four of Nation’s Fastest-Growing Metro Areas Are in Florida

Florida was home to four of the nation’s top five fastest-growing metropolitan statistical areas and three of the top 10 that gained the largest number of people from 2022 to 2023, reflecting continued population growth across the South.
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