Kansas: Reformed Tax Structure for Growth

In 2013, Governor Sam Brownback reformed the tax structure of Kansas, leading to economic growth and a low unemployment rate for the state. New business formations have also increased since changes were made.

The Kansas economy is heavily influenced by the aerospace industry. Several large aircraft corporations have manufacturing facilities…

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Arkansas: Economy a Natural Success

In Arkansas, there is a unique blend of industries that make up the economy, including global retailers, massive data curators, biotechnologists, industrial manufacturers, alternative energy providers and logistics specialists.

Advanced food manufacturing and packaging is an important part of the economy, and Arkansas is home to Tyson Foods, the third…

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New Brunswick: Gateway to the U.S.

New Brunswick is one of Canada’s maritime provinces and is the only constitutionally bilingual (English–French) province. New Brunswick’s urban areas have modern, service-based economies dominated by health care, educational, retail, finance and insurance.

Located on Canada’s east coast, New Brunswick’s location makes it easy…

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Utah: Creating a Young Labor Pool for Economic Growth

By Lori Culpepper

Utah has been honored with many accolades in recent years, including everything from having the country’s most attractive city (Salt Lake City) and the favorite mountain town (Park City) to being named a top state for starting a business and a fastest growing tech state.

It…

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Texas: Diverse and Growing

By Lori Culpepper

The economy of Texas is the most diverse in the country and the 12th largest economy in the world based on gross domestic product. There are more than 12.6 million workers employed throughout the state.

Low taxes are one aspect that encourages the hard working and…

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