Florida is the top travel destination in the world, relying on tourism to drive its economy more than any other state. The Sunshine State also relies heavily on international trade, agriculture, aerospace and aviation, and the life sciences. As of 2015, Florida has the fourth largest economy in the United States behind California, Texas and New York, with a real gross domestic (GDP) product of $840 billion and a $77 billion budget.

Source: Florida’s Economy: The 6 Industries Driving GDP Growth | Investopedia