Miami-Dade County’s Unemployment Rate Continues Trending Down
InBattle, a Chile-based software developer and operator of virtual reality and free roaming gaming experience announced the official opening date of its state-of-the-art VR arena on July 7, 2022, in the heart of the arts district in Wynwood.
Unexpected passing of President and CEO Michael A. Finney prompts search
It is with profound sadness that the Miami-Dade Beacon Council announces that Michael A. Finney, our President and CEO, passed away unexpectedly on April 3, 2022.
This February’s unemployment report shows that the unemployment rate decreased to 2.8% compared to 6.6% in February 2021.
Miami-Dade County continues experiencing economic growth as local companies are growing and companies from other parts of the United States, as well as from abroad move their operations to Miami-Dade County.
This December’s unemployment report shows that the unemployment rate decreased to 1.4% compared to 7.9% in December of 2020.
In November 2021, all 24 metro areas in Florida had over-the-year job gains. The areas with the largest gains were Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford (+91,500 jobs, +7.7 percent), Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater (+72,000 jobs, +5.3 percent), and Miami-Miami Beach-Kendall (+70,100 jobs, +6.2 percent).