A new report ranks states on how well they are equipped to benefit from the economy of the future.
As technology and entrepreneurial ingenuity increasingly drive globalization in the so-called "new economy", some states are pushing innovation while others are struggling to keep up.
But each state has a part to play, whether they are serving as business incubators, housing corporate headquarters or producing goods and services. These are the state best prepared for the new economy according to a new report.
Maryland is a top state for health IT and other high-tech workers, ranking first in "knowledge jobs." Maryland is also improving the productivity of its manufacturing sector.
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