What kind of jobs are there in Daytona Beach, FL?

Daytona Beach's economy is supported by a variety of industries, from manufacturing to education to health care. Hospitality plays a large role in the region's economic health, with hundreds of hotels located throughout the area. And Trader Joe's has a regional distribution center here.

The average annual income in Daytona Beach falls below that of some other metro areas due to the large number of residents employed in lower-paying jobs, such as food and retail services.

Job Market Index

Index Score: 5.8 /10

How we calculate this.

Daytona Beach has a less healthy job market than similarly sized metro areas.

Average Annual Salary

Daytona Beach


Unemployment Rate 2019

of people are without a job

0.2% lower than national average

Unemployment Rate Over Time

Data sourced from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.