CNBC says Virginia’s the second best state for business

CNBC released its ranking of best states for business, placing Virginia second. The Commonwealth topped the list 2009 and 2007, the first year of the network’s ranking.

Virginia’s still first on Forbes magazine’s list of best states for business — and has been for the past four years.

Virginia’s favorable business environment is paying dividends in this economy, to the benefit of its residents, as evidenced by Virginia’s low unemployment rate relative to the rest of the nation. The real estate market is expected to rebound as the economy improves.

Read more in The Washington Post….

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2 Responses to CNBC says Virginia’s the second best state for business

  1. Congratulations to Texas and Virginia.
    I don’t won’t to know where Nevada, Arizona, Florida and California are on the ranking list. But they should really sending over some people to study and learn what the states Texas and Virginia are doing right.

  2. A prime location outside of DC and midpoint on the East Coast along with a government with business-friendly policies has certainly paid off for VA. Congrats and to your continued success.

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