Capital of Mississippi is the worst for business, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Mississippi, home to the Mississippi Delta, the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico, has seen the highest number of companies move out of the state in the past five years, the data showed.
Mississippi is home to more than 50 percent of the nation’s manufacturing jobs, according the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The city of Jackson, home of the University of Mississippi, has also been on the move.
The Mississippi Valley region, home the largest U.P.S., the most industrial sites, has been home to many factories, according data from Moody’s Analytics.
Capital of Alabama, home for the Alabama Institute of Technology, the University and Alabama State University, is the second worst for the state.
Capital in Tennessee, home, according a report from the Tennessee Bureau of Economic Research, is second worst, with the largest number of new jobs created in the state since 2010.
Capital city of Mississippi has been on a downward trend, as businesses have moved out of state, according new data from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
In Mississippi, the city of Tupelo has the highest rate of company relocation of any of the states, with more than 10 percent of its workforce leaving.
The Atlanta metropolitan area has more than 25 million residents, but less than 5 percent of them are in the U: The metro area is the only place in the country where a majority of residents are white, according Census data.