U.S. News released its annual Best States rankings last week and Utah remains in the top ten once again. Utah received the ranking it did because of its high rankings in the following categories: economy, infrastructure, and fiscal stability.
Salt Lake City , Provo-Orem, and Ogden-Clearfield Metro areas rank #6, #41, and #92 respectively, on Poicom Corporation’s 2019 Economic Strengths Rankings. This report ranks all 383 metro areas in the United States.
This past week Forbes released its Best States for Business Rankings. Utah moved up one spot from last year to claim the number two spot. Forbes credits the jump in the rankings to Utah's successful tech industry.
Utah is one of the nation’s leaders in long-term science and engineering (S&E) workforce growth, according to a new analysis released by SSTI (the State Science and Technology Institute), a national nonprofit organization dedicated to improving initiatives that support prosperity through scie
Utah earned a top-10 spot on The Tax Foundation’s 2019 State Business Tax Climate Index, a report that enables business leaders, government policymakers, and taxpayers to gauge how their states’ tax systems compare.
According to a new report by Business Insider, Utah is a top-10 economy, ranked 6th in the United States, based on its unemployment rate, job growth, per-capita GDP, GDP growth, average weekly wages, and wage growth.