Although Miami is largely a service economy, the region’s talent base in the professional and creative industries is the 11th largest in the nation, according to the latest report from the joint FIU-Miami Creative City Initiative of Florida International University and the Creative Class Group think tank. Still, the share of Creative Class workers is just 26 percent of the region's employment, ranking it 47th out of the 53 largest metros in the United States.
Although Miami is largely a service economy, the region’s talent base in the professional and creative industries is the 11th largest in the nation, according to the latest report from the joint FIU-Miami Creative City Initiative of Florida International University and the Creative Class Group think tank. Still, the share of Creative Class workers is just 26 percent of the region's employment, ranking it 47th out of the 53 largest metros in the United States. Miami Herald File
Although Miami is largely a service economy, the region’s talent base in the professional and creative industries is the 11th largest in the nation, according to the latest report from the joint FIU-Miami Creative City Initiative of Florida International University and the Creative Class Group think tank. Still, the share of Creative Class workers is just 26 percent of the region's employment, ranking it 47th out of the 53 largest metros in the United States. Miami Herald File

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