Predicting Where the South Florida (Miami) Economy Will Be in 2012


It's interesting to find that the story estimates the South Florida economy at $233 billion. If you're interested in statistical analysis of the local economy, the monthly online reports of the Bureau of Vital Statistics is worth a look: the entirety of Florida can be considered, as well as economic segments such as the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach area, where construction has consistently fallen over the past six months but in better news, we may see a break from two-digit unemployment once November 2011 numbers are tallied. If you're wondering about the upcoming year, Kiplinger has already released its Economic Outlook. Surprise: it's not so bright that you need your shades.

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