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A customer call center company has begun recruiting to fill 400 jobs in Melbourne. The company, Enhanced Resource Centers, is holding a recruitment event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at its Melbourne facility at 511 N. John Rodes Blvd. The company is hiring customer service representatives, quality analysts, trainers, recruiters and people for leadership positions. The jobs are expected to be filled by March, according to a joint announcement from the company and the Economic Development Commission of Florida... read more
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Brevard's unemployment down to 3.5 percent

County has more than 7,200 jobs from a year ago
Posted by Dreyer & Associates on November 17, 2017 in  Brevard Economy  Brevard Jobs  Brevard unemployment rate  Dreyer and Associates  Jobs Market
Brevard County's unemployment rate fell to 3.5 percent in October, basically the same as a month earlier. Year over year though, the Trinity of a positive job market continued on the Space Coast. A larger worker force. More people working. Fewer unemployed. Florida's Department of Economic Opportunity released the October jobs figure Friday morning and many areas of the state reported healthy employment gains.The state’s unemployment rate dropped to 3.6 percent, the lowest in more than a decade. Mo... read more
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Facing backlash from parents in West Melbourne, the Brevard County school district decided on Tuesday to rescind their recommendation to rezone neighborhoods around Melbourne High School.  The district initially suggested moving 393 students out of Melbourne High into either Eau Gallie High, Palm Bay High or Heritage High as part of its county-wide redistricting proposal. The Facilities team cited growing enrollment at Melbourne High and room to spare at nearby schools. Almost immediately, parents and homeow... read more
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Cocoa Beach’s first discussion about allowing taller buildings in the city was a preview of the emotional opposition the city will have to overcome if it opts to change construction height limits. The takeaway from a Wednesday meeting is if that's the route elected officials decide to pursue, they will have to prove it would benefit Cocoa Beach's nearly 12,000 residents and not just a handful of developers. The city’s Charter Review Committee, a five-member citizen group that&rsquo... read more
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