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2015 Best (And Worst) States For Hiring Top Talent

Here are the states with the deepest pools of experienced managers, professionals and technicians – and the states that are in the shallow end of the pool.

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Where The Talent Is -- And Isn't

Finding the best managerial, professional and technical talent is one of the biggest challenges faced by any solution provider -- especially fast-growing ones.

As part of the 2015 Best States To Grow A Solution Provider Business analysis, we've ranked the states according to the percentage of manager, professional and technical jobs as a share of the state's total private-sector jobs.

The rankings are based on information provided in a report from the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation. On average in the U.S., managerial, professional and technical positions make up 30.1 percent of the workforce.

The states with the highest percentage of managerial, professional and technical workers are listed from No. 10 to No. 1. The states with the lowest percentage of such talent are then listed from No. 41 (out of all 50 states) to No. 50.

 
 
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