Here we go again. The red states continue to dominate in job creation.
Nine of the top 10 states are red states — as defined as holding all three of the chambers of political power (governor, House, and Senate) in dark red — or two of the three in light red.
You see a lot of blue at the bottom of the heap.
We can’t help mentioning that Vermont is 2nd to worst in jobs created and CNBC ranks it the top state in terms of livability. Florida, Tennessee, and Texas are bursting with jobs and they are ranked by CNBC as among the least livable states. So the fewer the jobs, the more livable the state – or something like that.