Georgia No. 7 for businessMay 14, 2010
Taken from Atlanta Business Chronicle
The Peach State remains among the best states in which to do buisness.
Chief Executive magazine on Thursday ranked Georgia the seventh-best state for business, down from No. 4 in 2009.
To get its annual rankings, the magazine surveyed more than 660 CEOs to rate states based on a range of criteria that included taxation, regulation, workforce quality, education and living quality. Click here to see the complete list of each state ranked by each category.
Chief Executive magazine’s top 10 states for business, in order, are Texas, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Nevada, Florida, Georgia, Colorado, Utah and South Carolina.