Orlando ranks second in Florida total disabled OASDI beneficiaries in 2018

There were 22,675 disabled OASDI beneficiaries in Orlando in 2018, ranking it second in Florida, according to the official Social Security Administration website.

The Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) program is a program of the Social Security Administration funded primarily through payroll taxes. It was signed into law in 1935 by then-President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

The OASDI program aims to supplement a worker’s lost wages due to retirement, disability or death of a spouse.

The following table shows Social Security field offices ranked by number of disabled workers in Florida.

Field Offices Ranking by Number of Disabled Workers in Florida (2018)
Rank
Field Office
Number of Retired Workers
1
Jacksonville, South
30,955
2
Orlando
22,675
3
Ocala
22,145
4
New Port Richey
20,380
5
Kissimmee
18,805
6
Pensacola
18,095
7
Fort Myers
18,060
8
St. Petersburg
17,945
9
Melbourne
16,930
10
West Palm Beach
16,075
11
Port St. Lucie
15,595
12
Leesburg
15,290
13
Port Orange
15,100
14
Carrollwood
14,370
15
Clearwater
13,785
16
Tampa
13,745
17
Lakeland
12,820
18
Lake Mary
11,790
19
Panama City
11,210
20
Winter Haven
11,130
21
Tallahassee
11,085
22
Miami, Perrine
10,530
23
Gainesville
10,425
24
Dade City
10,380
25
Fort Lauderdale
9,395
26
Broward, South
9,260
27
Bradenton
9,165
28
Miami, North
8,905
29
Jacksonville, North
8,860
30
Broward, North
8,560
31
Hillsborough, East
8,490
32
Delray Beach
8,300
33
Deland
7,965
34
Fort Lauderdale, East
7,630
35
Port Charlotte
7,535
36
Miami, South
6,270
37
Venice
6,155
38
Naples
6,105
39
Hialeah
6,000
40
Lake City
5,980
41
Fort Walton Beach
5,780
42
Sarasota
5,440
43
Vero Beach
4,915
44
St. Augustine
4,785
45
Sebring
4,665
46
Miami, Allapattah
4,045
47
Miami, Little Havana
3,850
48
Cocoa
3,825
49
Miami, Little River
3,150
50
Marianna
2,880
51
Belle Glade
1,655
52
Miami Beach
1,205
53
Key West
1,080

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