Florida Beating National Average In Job Growth

Liberals across America continue to drag the name of Florida’s Governor, Ron DeSantis, through the mud.

Then why is Florida’s job growth twice the national right of increase?

It’s time to admit that what is happening in Florida, especially financially, would work amazingly for other states as well.

However, as a matter of principle, liberals would rather run their states into the ground instead of doing what DeSantis is doing.

Florida is beating the national numbers on job growth by over two times.

“In April alone, Florida added another 57,000 jobs,” DeSantis said. “That’s an increase of 0.7 percent, which is twice the rate of increase of the nation as a whole.”

DeSantis also said that the Florida unemployment rate is just three percent, “which is far below the national average of 3.6 percent.”

“Our labor force grew by 30,000 people. The nation as a whole lost 363,000 people from the workforce, as your workforce is expanding and your unemployment rate is dropping, that’s when you know that you have a lot of opportunities. If the workforce expands or contracts like it did nationally, you could have a decline in the unemployment, it doesn’t necessarily mean you know that you’re adding a robust amount of jobs.”


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