Unemployment in Florida is at its lowest in four years.
Statewide the unemployment rate is 8.1%, the lowest since November 2008 and Candace Moody with Worksource says all signs say that'll continue.
"If the good news continues we'll see more and more people jump into the job market".
Moody says the hospitality and leisure and financial sectors are growing sharply and that job growth in hospitality and leisure is indicative of economic growth.
"Because it indicates that we're getting confidence back and we are willing to spend".
In Jacksonville numbers are also down. Unemployment fell to 8.1%, down nearly 2% from this time last year. In the five-county metro area including Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns, the unemployment rate dropped to 7.6%.