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.
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+.