Several cultural changes across the country have led to an influx of people changing jobs and moving to new states. In fact, almost 10 million US citizens have moved to new states since the start of the pandemic. Florida has been the number one benificary of this movement inheriting almost 30% of the new residents. This trend is showing no signs of stopping as Florida offers many great qualities like weather, low tax, an attractive job market, and a relatively low cost of living.
To accomodate the state’s increased population, there has been heavy economic investment in the state’s infrastructure. Several homes and apartment complexes are being renovated or built.
Additionally, the increase in the state’s population is causing the restaurant industry to boom. Florida has always had several great restaurants to keep up with tourism, but now it is being taken to an even higher level.
Beyond just new permanent residents, there has also been an uptick in travelers to the state, as Florida was one of the states with the fewest pandemic related restrictions.
To sustain the economic trajectory of the state, many businesses are hiring large amounts of workers to fill construction and restaurant positions in cities like Tampa, Miami, and Orlando. This as fantastic time for EB3 workers looking to move to Florida and work in either of those industries. Due to the positive economic outlook in the state, employers are offerng better wages, benefits, and job security.
Employers can also contact us to learn more about how we can help you find EB3 candidates to fill your open roles. EB3 workers are a great option to consider as they are generally more loyal than other workers.
EB3 Visa Steps
Earning a visa in Florida, or anywhere in the United States involves four key components.
Move to the US and begin working your EB3 Job in Florida!
If you have any questions about the EB3 visa or the process of applying, our team is more than happy to help. Get started by checking out our list of open jobs!