Living in Florida
Thousands of people become Florida residents each year. In fact, the state is estimated to soon reach 20 million residents. It's no wonder! Florida provides its citizens with close to 240 days of sunshine per year, a growing economy, a plethora of attractions and state parks, and more than 1,300 miles of coastline, making the state a diversified destination to live, work and play.
Northeast Florida has a humid subtropical climate with summertime average highs in the 90s and wintertime average highs in the 60s.
Living in a state where many Americans go on vacation also means easy access to airports (the state boasts 18 international airports alone) and cruise terminals, as well as more 1,200 golf courses and endless recreational possibilities.
Another resident perk? Florida is among a handful of states with no state income tax.