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Women Still Not Paid as Much as Men in Florida

Apr 18, 2012

According to a report from the National Partnership for Women & Families, Florida's working women make 80 cents for every $1 men make.

But that's still better than the national average.

Florida ranks 11th among the nation in women's equal pay. The national average is 77 cents paid to women for every $1 men are paid.

The report says the median yearly salary gap between women and men has increased by $1,000 since last year.

One of the people invited to President Obama's speech at the Port of Tampa is Eileen Rodriguez, director for the Small Business Development Center at the University of South Florida.

She's been working with the SBDC since 1997, providing one-on-one confidential counseling and teachings seminars in English and Spanish on small business start-up, international trade, and women and minority certification.

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The most recent numbers from RealtTrac.com give Florida a "foreclosure rate heat"  of hot with 1  out of every 336 housing units in foreclosure.

It takes on average 861 days - more than two years - to process a foreclosed property in Florida according to a National Public Radio report:

USF Chooses New Dean for College of Business

Mar 20, 2012
Photo Courtesy Walton College, University of Arkansas

After an eight month world-wide search, the USF College of Business has found its new dean: Dr. Moez Limayen.

He comes from the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, which U.S. World and News Reports ranked as the 25th best among public universities.

Dr. Limayen said the college’s vision will be “distinctive and very exciting.” It includes the following strategic priorities:

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