The tourism industry in Florida is growing, according to a new report by the Florida Tourism Board.
The report shows that the tourism industry’s growth is accelerating, with an average of 1,933 new businesses opening in the state this year.
The report also found that the industry’s workforce is growing at an average rate of 8.6% per year.
The Florida Tourism Bureau is the state’s tourism agency.
Its mission is to help build Florida’s economic base and provide jobs for its residents.
The agency provides a range of tourism services including lodging, shopping, restaurant, and convention and sporting events.
It said that, overall, Florida has seen an average 1,000 jobs created each year since the end of 2016.
The number of hotels, restaurants, and other businesses has increased by 6.5% per capita.
The tourism industry has made strides in Georgia since its expansion in the mid-2000s.
Florida has a population of more than 1.3 million, a large portion of whom are young adults who are living in Miami and surrounding areas.
The state has been a top destination for young adults since the recession, as more and more young people are choosing to stay in Florida.
In 2016, more than a third of the 18-to-29-year-olds who had been living in Florida in 2017 had graduated from college or enrolled in a degree program, according the Florida Department of Business and Economic Development.