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County: 161,096 MSA: 466,913
High School: 28%
Some College: 53%
Associate Degree or Higher: 36%
Bachelor Degree: 17%
Graduate Degree: 8%
Blue Collar: 65%
White Collar: 35%
Santa Rosa County has a labor force of 75,252 people, with a job growth rate of 4.32% since 2013, and an unemployment rate of 4.8%.
Northwest Florida has the second largest concentration of retired military personnel in the nation. With valuable skills and an average age of 40, they are an ideal workforce.
Office & Admin Support: 19%
Food service: 8%
Education & Training: 7%
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Andrews Institute for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine offers world–class athletes, weekend warriors, youth athletes and everyday people have access to state–of–the–art performance training and health care services. Under the leadership and reputation of internationally renowned orthopedic sports surgeon Dr. James Andrews, the Andrews Institute is filled with dedicated research laboratories as well as education and conference facilities plus its numerous multi–specialty clinical departments. The Institute is also home to EXOS, an internationally known organization for training some of today’s top professional and elite athletes.
It's a digital world in Santa Rosa schools: The Pensacola News Journal reports on a partnership with Microsoft which gives the Santa Rosa County School District approximately 30,000 copies of Office 365 for Santa Rosa teachers, students and staff. Go To Link »
Innovation Awards Return for 2017: Florida’s most lucrative business competition contest is back bigger and better than ever. $250,000 in cash and other consulting and technical services will be up for grabs, plus more opportunities for winners with tailored prize catagories. Read More »
AppRiver once again honored by Inc.'s 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies: For the tenth time in a row, AppRiver, based in Santa Rosa County, has made Inc.’s 5000 fastest growing private companies list. The list presents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent businesses. Read More »
Small business owners get new digital tools from Gulf Power: Gulf Power recognizes that small businesses make up the backbone of our community. They dream big, take risks and create value for their customers and their employees. As part of their effort to support business, Gulf Power developed a database of free resources and organizations located here in Northwest Florida that can help you succeed. Read More »
PSC adds new cybersecurity degree: This fall, Pensacola State College will offer a bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity. Graduates of PSC’s four-year program earn 19 industry certifications that are sought by employers. Read More »
UWF recognized for excellence in cybersecurity education: The National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security have designated the University of West Florida as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education. A ceremony recognizing this national CAE-CDE designation will be held at the Eighth Annual National Cyber Summit in Huntsville, Alabama. Read More »