2020 Florida Economic Outlook
Uniting Business For Good In 2020 Will Keep The Momentum Going
Florida’s economic outlook is positive, and the state is expected to continue outpacing the nation in job creation.
Florida Chamber Foundation Chief Economist Dr. Jerry Parrish projects:
-200,000 jobs to be created
-900 net new resident per day move to Florida
-A low probability of recession
-Monster economic impact by filling the current 284,800 open jobs
“In many ways, 2020 will be an opportunity for the business community to unite and keep the economy going.”MARK WILSON
President and CEO, Florida Chamber of Commerce.
In the News:
–Florida Chamber forecasts strong Sunshine State economy in 2020 – Florida Politics
–Florida Chamber’s economist predicts more jobs, population – Associated Press
–Florida’s job growth outpaces national average again, economic outlook shows – Florida Today, Tallahassee Democrat
–Florida Chamber economist sees migration rising, recession risks dropping – Sarasota Herald Tribune
“The Florida Chamber is the only state chamber in the country that has a full-time Chief Economist on staff. That’s because they put high value on providing members with the best economic resources to help grow Florida’s economy. At Bank of America, we’re pleased to call the Florida Chamber partners in securing Florida’s future.”
Market Executive, Global Commercial Banking, Bank of America
“Understanding the underpinnings of Florida’s economy is vital to projecting a state’s future success. That’s why we look forward to the economic data produced by the Florida Chamber; it’s a vital resource in our decision making process.”
RICK HARPER, Ph.D.
Economic Advisor, Triumph Gulf Coast
“The Florida Chamber and Chief Economist Dr. Jerry Parrish are hands down among the very best at forecasting how Florida’s economy will perform. When the Florida Chamber speaks, people listen.”CHRIS WESTLEY, Ph.D.
Dean – Lutgert School of Business
Florida Gulf Coast University