Washington No. 2 in 2010 State New Economy Index

Washington follows top-ranked Massachusetts in efforts to be competitive reports the 2010 State New Economy Index. The report was released by ITIF (The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation) and the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. Efforts are measured using 26 indicators in five categories: knowledge jobs; globalization; economic dynamism; transformation to a digital economy; and technological innovation capacity. At its conclusion, the report outlines “win-win” economic development strategies that help both states and the overall U.S. economy better compete in the global economy.

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