According to 2008 U.S. Census data, the state of Florida and local governments in the state employed a total of 1,049,028 people. Of those employees, 832,252 were full-time employees receiving net pay of $3,302,955,436 per month and 216,776 were part-time employees paid $213,151,877 per month.
May 24, 2018 · First, in general, employees are entitled to receive a “minimum wage” for work performed. While the federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour, Florida’s minimum wage is currently $8.25 per hour (thus, as explained above, Florida employees are entitled to receive a minimum wage of $8.25 per hour.
Regular State Employees' annual salaries will be displayed along with certain census-type data. Other Employee Compensation (such as emergency military call-up pay, board stipends, concurrent employment, etc.) will be displayed separately and that data will be totaled by fiscal year-to-date.