North Carolina is 4th Best State for Business 2014
The state maintains one of the most varied biotech sectors in the U.S. and employs more than 62,000 people at more than 2,500 locations. Creatively, North Carolina used $60 million from tobacco-settlement trust funds to form a statewide training program for biomanufacturing workers, which provided North Carolina State University with the money to create a training center.
May 8 2014 by JP Donlon
State-Local Tax Burden
|Development Trend Indicator: Positive|
|Passes tax-reform package hailed as by some as any state’s best in two decades.|
|“Areas in North Carolina like Raleigh, Charlotte, Cary, Chapel Hill and Durham have been great places for technology companies. The workforce in these areas have very talented candidates. The western part of the state does not fair as well.”|
Based on CEO Survey by ChiefExecutive.net