Our economy continues to face tough challenges, including stubbornly high unemployment and turmoil in the housing market. That means all of us may continue to experience the after-effects of the recent financial crisis. If you need help with economic problems, below are websites that might offer help.
JobsDid you know that information technology specialists are some of the most sought-after employees by the federal government? You can find the government’s official list of job openings at www.usajobs.gov.
Employ Florida is the state's official online portal to virtual job-matching services and many other workforce resources. If you are seeking a job, you may create and post your resume, search thousands of openings in any or all of our 67 counties and access other career-development tools.
Small businessesFind local small business information from one of Florida's two Small Business Administration offices. If you have an idea to start a business, are looking for helpful tips on how to expand your business, or are looking for federal contracting opportunities, please visit SBA.gov or StartupAmericaPartnership.org.
The recently enacted Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act provides tax credits to help businesses cover the cost of employee health care. T find more information about these tax credits, please visit the IRS' website.