Top 10 Employers in Jacksonville, Florida

A quick look at Jacksonville's top 10 employers by workforce size.

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    Naval Air Station Jacksonville: 25,240 employees

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    Naval Air Station Jacksonville is a military airport installation that boasts the largest Navy base in the Southeast Region and is the third largest military airport in the nation. Its mission supports Customs and Border Patrol aviation patrols, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Defense aircraft and command support to fleets.

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    Duval County Public Schools: 14,480 employees

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    Duval County Public Schools governs the public school district in Jacksonville. It is the 15th largest school district in the United States. In recent years, the school district has been home to two of the top ten high schools in the United States and four of the best US schools.

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    Naval Station Mayport: 9,000 employees

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    Naval Station Mayport sustains and enhances war-fighter readiness through its Air Operations and Harbor Operations Departments. Home to the Navy's 4th Fleet, the Station covers 3,409 acres and has the third largest naval fleet concentration area in the continental United States.

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    City of Jacksonville: 8,820 employees

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    Located on the St. Johns River and the Atlantic Ocean in Duval County, Jacksonville is a prominent distribution center and the largest city in area in the continental United States."America's Logistics Center" also has the largest deepwater port in the Southeast. It's huge military, air, shipyards, trucking routes and rail presence attracts Fortune 500 companies and emerging businesses alike.

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    Baptist Health: 8,270 employees

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    With the largest network of primary care physicians in the Jacksonville area, Baptist Health is a faith-based community-owned NPO with over 40 locations. The system boasts nationally accredited hospitals, Chest Pain Centers, Primary Stroke Centers and a nationally accredited Home Health Agency.

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    Bank of America Merrill Lynch: 8,000 employees

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    A global leader in the financial services sector, BOA Merrill Lynch is the world’s largest brokerage firm. The company provides a 360-degree portfolio of domestic and global services that include private banking, asset management, commercial lending, estate planning, insurance products, investing wealth management and more.

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    Florida Blue: 6,500 employees

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    Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida Blue is the largest and oldest health plan insurer in the state of Florida. It has more than 4 million members and provides health care services to more than 15.5 million people in 16 states.

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    Mayo Clinic: 4,970 employees

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    This state of the art NPO hospital claims 22 operating rooms and a full-service emergency department and treats over a million people each year. Its laurels include the nation's leading liver transplant program, a stroke care program and an epilepsy monitoring unit.

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    Citi: 4,200 employees

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    Citi, a premier global bank, boasts 200 million customer accounts and transacts business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Its two distinct divisions, Consumer Business and Institutional Business, provide customers a wide range of financial services and products including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, wealth management, and securities brokerage.

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    JP Morgan Chase: 4,200 employees

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    This prominent global financial services firm is the sixth largest bank in Florida. It boasts 5.9 million customers in the state and seven offices in Jacksonville. With assets of $2.3 trillion, the financial giant manages about $20 billion in assets for its Floridian clients.