Census Data Shows The Best Places to Find Jobs

Posted on December 19, 2012


Newly released census data can help out-of-work Americans find jobs in a few of Florida’s best cities.  It can also help businesses locate new customers and new employees.  MarketMAPS takes a look. 


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According to recently publicized census data, Tallahassee is one of the best places for young people to find work in all of Florida.  The city’s 32312 ZIP Code has an unemployment rate of 1.1% among the 25-44 year-old age group.


For African-American Floridians, Hialeah offers the most job opportunity.  Among Hialeah’s total population, the African-American unemployment rate is only .4%.


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If you have a college education, the best place for you to work in Florida is Jacksonville’s 32205 ZIP, where more than a third of residents are in professional or management jobs.


Florida’s census data also indicated that Rider Trio purchased a 6,360-square-foot retail building at 3589 Webber St. in Sarasota from Stearns Bank for $250,000.  New retail space means new jobs for the people in the Sarasota area.


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While census data can help individuals locate the best places for jobs, it also helps employers and businesses find new employees and new customers.  Census data allows for better population analysis—you can identify the demographic makeup of a neighborhood, block, or city.  Marketers use census data to target neighborhoods with the most desirable demographic characteristics.


Use census data to help your business make informed and efficient decisionsMarketMAPS offers the highest quality census maps to help you target marketing, profile customers, and much more.  Select any custom area and any level of census geography, and MarketMAPS will create the exact census map that you need.


Contact MarketMAPS today.  Use our census maps to discover new customers and new opportunities



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