South Beach Jobs
Florida has many state job banks that cover the options available in South Beach. These include the Florida Career Link, the Florida Job Network, JobAds, FloridaJobs, FloridaJobsbyHotJobs, FlipDog and HotResumes. JobsintheSunInc is place where you can find guides and forums about employment in South Beach. Florida Spotlight is a health-care job bank. Teachers and bankers might find a position by going to TeachInFlorida, which has comprehensive listings in both the fields of education and finance.
CareerBuilder is the official employment site of the Miami Herald. The site includes job postings that appear in the print version of the Herald as well as online exclusive listings.
Although it can be tough to find a job in South Beach, which has a high unemployment rate, it is a great place to start a new business. South Beach provides a number of tax advantages to businesses of all sizes. The absence of any local or state personal income taxes lowers overall employment costs. There's no local corporate tax and Florida's state corporate tax rate of 5.5% is among the lowest in the nation. Certain new business ideas may also qualify for federal benefits. South Beach is not a bad place to give birth to new ventures.
However if you are a careerist looking to be placed, you might want to try the one of the following agencies that specializes in specific occupations. Accountants on Call, The Affiliates and Creative Financial Staffing are agencies that help accountants and number crunchers find the right job. Photographers, designers, writers and other artists may find a job through Creative Staffing. Surgi-Staff is the agency to contact if you are looking for a job in the medical field. Affinity Executive Search, American Recruiters International, Corporate Advisers Inc and the Quantum Group specialize in placing management and executives. A Job For You, Inc., Adecco, Creative Staffing, McCoy Elite Personnel, Personnel One, Searchcorp Inc, Staffing Now Inc. and Star One Staffing are the places to go to find secretarial, administrative and office support positions.
The bad news is that South Beach has one of the highest unemployment rates in the country. The good news is that it is a great place to be an entrepreneur, freelancer or start your own business.