People look for job opportunities on the computers at CareerSource Florida on August 1, 2014 in Miami. The requirement proposed by the Florida House can be met by being employed or taking part in job training and preparation with CareerSource Florida, a quasi-private agency that connects businesses to potential employees.
People look for job opportunities on the computers at CareerSource Florida on August 1, 2014 in Miami. The requirement proposed by the Florida House can be met by being employed or taking part in job training and preparation with CareerSource Florida, a quasi-private agency that connects businesses to potential employees. Joe Raedle Getty Images
People look for job opportunities on the computers at CareerSource Florida on August 1, 2014 in Miami. The requirement proposed by the Florida House can be met by being employed or taking part in job training and preparation with CareerSource Florida, a quasi-private agency that connects businesses to potential employees. Joe Raedle Getty Images

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