RERI Reports

2021 Southwest Florida Economic Almanac Series

September 22, 2021  / RERI Research Team  / Tags: reports, SWFL Almanac

The Regional Economic Research Institute is pleased to announce the publication of the 2021 Southwest Florida Economic Almanac Series.  The series represents a comprehensive collection of over 30 databases in a one document, allowing for an easy and thorough access to information pertaining all Southwest Florida’s counties – specifically Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry and Lee Counties. Topics covered include agriculture, charitable giving, demographics, employment, finance, education, the environment, government spending, health, housing, income and poverty statistics, and real estate.

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Use the dropdown list below to select which SWFL Economic Almanac Series section you would like to see!

This year, the RERI has also produced a set of Fast Facts that help summarize findings from the Almanac Series.  Use the dropdown menu below to look up fast facts for your county!

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Acknowledgements:

Student researchers working with the RERI were intimately connected in the production process of the Almanac Series, and in the process, learned valuable research skills, and honed communication and computer skills. Students also discovered a vibrant local economy and created a product we hope will help lay the foundation for economic growth in the years to come. To this end, we would like to thank our RERI students, Maria Leal Delgado, Alia Judd, Roxana Ruiz Rodriguez, and Jaime Wood, for their work on the Southwest Florida Economic Almanac Series

Furthermore, we would like to also thank our sponsors, Collier County Government, Horizon Council, Horizon Foundation, Industrial Development Authority, the Lee Economic Development Office and the Smith Family Foundation, for their continued support of the RERI and the 2021 Southwest Florida Economic Almanac Series.  

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