Study: FSU finds Florida tourism industry pays lowest wages nationwide

Study: FSU finds Florida tourism industry pays lowest wages nationwide


CLINIC OPENS AT 7 AM AND IT IS ON A FIRST-COME FIRST-SERVED BASIS.. HER GUARDIAN MUST ALSO BE WITH THE CHILD . FLORIDA’S TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY EMPLOYS MORE THAN 1 MILLION PEOPLE RIGHT HERE IN THE BAY AREA. THE INDUSTRY IS FALLING BEHIND WHEN IT COMES TO WAGES. Reporter: THIS DOCTORS FIRST JOB WAS AT AS A BUS BOY IN TURKEY. HE SPENT MUCH OF THE LAST YEARS STUDY MORE THAN A DECADE, WAGE DATA, HOSPITALITY PAYCHECKS ARE KEEPING PACE WITH THE REST OF THE ECONOMY. OVERALL WAGE IN ECONOMY GOES UP BY 1% PER ONE DOLLAR. HOSPITALITY ONLY GOES UP .8%. Reporter: RESEARCHERS PAIN LESS ON A SHORT RUN FOR PROFITS. ON THE LONG RUN IT TAKES LONGER TO RETAIN THEM. TO WHAT THEY DON’T TAKE INTO ACCOUNT IS TIPPING. SOME CITIES HAVE ATTEMPTED TO PHASEOUT TIPPING . IS A GREAT PLACE TO START. Reporter: HOSPITALITY JOBS PAY BETTER IN FLORIDA THAN MOST OTHER STATES. THEY MAKE $1800 MORRISON THE AVERAGE WORKER IN THE U.S. THEY DON’T PAY STATE INCOME TAX HERE. SO IT IS A GOOD JOB . IN SOME CASES THEY CERTAINLY ARE. MORE IMPORTANTLY IT IS OFTEN A PATH TO GOOD JOB . Reporter: ONE THING THEY BOTH AGREE UPON, HOSPITALITY JOBS

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