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. Extensive upgrades to the historic Daytona Beach Pier, Bandshell and Daytona International Speedway have led to a rise in development and construction jobs. And the arrival of Trader Joe's regional distribution center brought an estimated 450 jobs to the area.

The unemployment rate in Daytona Beach is slightly lower than the national average, and the average annual income falls below that of 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 2018

of people are without a job

0.2% lower than national average

Unemployment Rate Over Time

Data sourced from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.