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Seminole County is the second-largest county in the Orlando metropolitan statistical area (MSA) and ranks among Florida's top 10 counties in terms of absolute population and employment growth, according to the 1998 Seminole County Economic Report.
Recent labor market indicators are positive: In 1997, both the county's labor force and employment grew by about 10,000 for a 5 percent gain. Unemployment averaged 3.2 percent durIng 1997.
Seminole County is a prosperous part of the metro area, with average income 9 percent greater than the metro average. In 1995, the county had a per capita personal income of $23,400 in contrast to $21,395 for the entire Orlando …