Employment Research

These organizations and websites offer additional valuable resources and information to job seekers.

Florida’s Research and Economic Information Database Application (FREIDA) | Get help selecting a new career, finding a new job, and locating suitable education or training.

Career Infonet | Explore your career options. Find out which careers are in high demand, salary earning potential, and the education needed.

Occupational Outlook |  Find out what training and education you need, expected job prospects and earnings and what workers do in a particular job. Learn job search tips and information about the job market in Florida.

O*NET Online | Research what occupations are in demand, match your skills to available occupations, and find out what skills are in high demand by employers.

Job Corps | Job Corps provides education, job training, assistance with job placement and follow-up support – all at no cost to eligible students. Students can earn a high school diploma or GED, train for a new career, prepare for higher education and gain the practical skills they need to succeed in the workplace.

The Florida Department of Education Farmworker Jobs and Education Program (FJEP) | The purpose of the FJEP is to provide workforce training leading to year-round, unsubsidized employment to eligible migrant and seasonal farmworkers and to provide emergency stabilization services such as food, rent, etc. to those who choose to stay in farm work.

The Florida Governor’s Council on Indian Affairs | The Council provides a variety of  services to American Indians, Native Alaskans, and Native Hawaiians living in both Florida and Georgia with the primary goal to provide technical assistance for the educational, economic,  social, and cultural advancement of the Native American citizens within the  states of Florida and Georgia.