Ohio received a B+ for business friendliness in a new report by Thumbtack, an app and website dedicated to searches for project professionals.
When calculating the grades, the company considered things like tax regulations, government websites, and licensing regulations.
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The report card gave Ohio a B+ for employment, labor and hiring regulations, above the national average of a B.
The state also got a B for licensing regulations, B for tax regulations, B- for training and networking programs and B- for government websites.
Dayton was not ranked by the company but Cincinnati was given a B+.
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