Posted September 08, 2018 09:05:33A job in the Florida job market is like any other, except it pays more.
The Florida Department of Labor says there are more than 7,000 vacancies statewide, with employers posting job openings in every county.
The state’s unemployment rate sits at 7.9 per cent, down from 8.3 per cent in July.
The rate is down from 10.6 per cent last year, according to the Department of Economic Development.
The job seekers’ group FLCare has been asking employers to fill all the openings for the state’s jobless workers since last fall.
The group says that many employers don’t know what to do with the unemployed, or don’t have the right skill sets.
In order to find a job, job seekers need a job-search application and the right training.
They also need a paycheck.
If you are looking for a job but don’t want to pay the full $500 to get in, you can apply for temporary assistance.
But you must show that you need the money to cover the full cost of a two-week course of training.
If your application is rejected, you’ll need to reapply and get an offer of a better position.
If you get an increase, you have until September 16 to reapplate.
If an employer does not have the skills needed to fill the job, you may still be eligible for temporary aid.
If that happens, you need to apply for unemployment compensation, which is set to start on Sept. 15.
A lot of the unemployment aid programs are paid for through the federal government.
The federal government has provided about $10 billion in unemployment assistance to Floridians through a program called Supplemental Security Income.
That means that the unemployment assistance programs are not guaranteed.
In the meantime, the unemployment rate is still high in Florida, which has a population of about 5.6 million.