The City of the Future
Miami-Dade County has a diverse, multilingual, and multicultural population. More than half of Miami-Dade’s residents were born outside the U.S. Spanish, English and Creole are the most common languages spoken, along with French and Portuguese. From our schools to our startups to our corporate boardrooms, we’re one of the most diverse cities in America, and that shapes our talent pipeline, too.
We’re diverse and international like no other American city; more than half our population was born outside the United States. Newcomers are an essential part of Miami. They come for many reasons, but they stay for opportunity — for an open landscape they can help shape and call their own.