Financial literacy website Nerdwallet.com published an article naming the Top 10 Best Places to Work in Florida and Coral Springs ranked tenth on the list out of 131 cities included in the analysis. The cities were ranked on median household income, population change and employment rate.
The article stated that while Coral Springs has seen a slight 2.9 percent decline in population from 2008 to 2011, it has a high employment rate of 73.7 percent and a high median household income of $70,610. Almost 21 percent of the population work in education services, health care and social assistance, and 14.2 percent work in professional, scientific, management and administrative services.
"The City Commission has been working aggressively to bring jobs to Coral Springs by making this a City where business can grow and thrive," City Commissioner Dan Daley said. "One way we are helping is by providing the on-line tool, WorkCoralSprings.org, which matches local employers and job seekers."
Residents looking for a job can create an account and upload their resume, customize job alerts and much more. Employers can also create a company profile, track applications, email resume alerts and search for local talent to find a prospective match. For more information, visit WorkCoralSprings.org.