Florida ranks first in U.S. for attracting and developing skilled workforce

  • Florida leads the nation in attracting and developing a skilled workforce, according to a survey by Lightcast.
  • The Sunshine State outranked other states in education, job openings, and a high ratio of skilled job openings per capita.
  • Rounding out the top 5: Texas, Idaho, Utah and Arizona. Notably, California ranked 48th, while New York ranked dead last at #50.

(The Center Square) – Florida ranks first in the U.S. for attracting and developing a skilled workforce, according to Lightcast’s seventh-annual Talent Attraction Scorecard.

Florida ranked first overall in education attainment, jobs, skilled jobs, migration in 2020, competitive effect, and skilled job openings.

Gob. Ron DeSantis says Florida ranking first in the U.S. confirms his administration’s commitment to an open economy, and its emphasis on training and developing workers with the technical skills and credentials.

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