Naples has long been a resort town on the west coast of Florida. With the beautiful Gulf of Mexico and many beaches, Naples has a true Florida resort feel. At the edge of Big Cypress Swamp, Naples is 35 miles south of Fort Myers.
Naples has typical south Florida weather with a warm season from May to October where the high temperatures reach above 86 degrees and low temperatures in the mid 70’s. Naples “winter” lasts about three months from December to March where temperatures are below 77 degrees and the average low is 56 degrees.
The Naples job market has increased by 0.9% over the last year. The ten-year growth is predicted to be 39.3%. Naples has a higher cost of living mainly due to the housing costs. ACI Universal Payments is also headquartered there. Other businesses in Naples include real estate, construction trades and health care and social assistance.
Naples has a history as a beautiful resort city and will continue to be that. The ten year job growth and Gulf of Mexico location will continue to attract more people to call Naples home.
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