$200M To Get Floridians Back To Work
While more than 11 percent of the state is unemployed some help is on the way. Officials with Florida Works say they're helping dish out about 200 million stimulus dollars to get Floridians back to work.
Officials say the money coming into the state will help create new jobs. They are currently taking all applications from all of the business owners and employers interested in funds for more positions; final approval will comes from state officials.
To get a job that's paid for with stimulus money, applicants have to meet several qualifications which are detailed on their website . Officals say they hope to start getting people into their new jobs early next month.
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