Florida is a state where many unemployed workers are seeking a job that pays more than $35 an hour, according to a new study from the state’s unemployment department.
It’s not just the state that’s struggling.
Nearly a third of the unemployed are women, according the study, which was conducted for the state Department of Labor.
The report found that men have a lower unemployment rate in Florida than women and that those who have been out of work for six months or more are at a much higher risk of dropping out of the workforce.
Women make up about half of Florida’s workforce and a large part of its young people.
The state also has the highest unemployment rate among the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
The unemployment rate for women in the United States has been above 7 percent for nearly seven years, according a study by the Economic Policy Institute.
The rate for men in Florida has been at 6.7 percent, according another study.
The Florida unemployment rate was 7.4 percent for men and 7.7 for women, the study said.
The high unemployment rate is not the only factor that’s limiting the job market for women.
The study also found that Florida has the lowest median household income of any state.
About 16 percent of Floridians earning $100,000 or less have incomes below $35,000, according government data.
And only 1.2 percent of women in Florida have incomes above $75,000.
In the city of Fort Myers, the median household salary is $49,700, according data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
In Miami, the average household income is $73,400, according Census data.
Florida is a battleground state in the U,S.
While Donald Trump is expected to win the election, the election has become a referendum on Hillary Clinton, who was defeated in the state in 2016.
She is now running in the Democratic primary against Republican Senator Marco Rubio.