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Mississippi’s Government Workforce is the Twenty-Fifth “Most Productive” in 2013

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Alabama’s Government Workforce is the Twenty-Fifth “Least Productive” in 2013

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Louisiana’s Government Workforce is the Twenty-Fourth “Most Productive” in 2013

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Michigan’s Government Workforce is the Twenty-Fourth “Least Productive” in 2013

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Maine’s Government Workforce is the Twenty-Third “Most Productive” in 2013

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Arizona’s Government Workforce is the Twenty-Third “Least Productive” in 2013

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Illinois’s Government Workforce is the Twenty-Second “Most Productive” in 2013

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Nebraska’s Government Workforce is the Twenty-Second “Least Productive” in 2013

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Washington’s Government Workforce is the Twenty-First “Most Productive” in 2013

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Kentucky’s Government Workforce is the Twenty-First “Least Productive” in 2013

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North Carolina’s Government Workforce is the Twentieth “Most Productive” in 2013

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Iowa’s Government Workforce is the Twentieth “Least Productive” in 2013

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Idaho’s Government Workforce is the Nineteenth “Most Productive” in 2013

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Wyoming’s Government Workforce is the Nineteenth “Least Productive” in 2013

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Massachusetts’s Government Workforce is the Eighteenth “Most Productive” in 2013

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Ohio’s Government Workforce is the Eighteenth “Least Productive” in 2013

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Tennessee’s Government Workforce is the Seventeenth “Most Productive” in 2013

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South Carolina’s Government Workforce is the Seventeenth “Least Productive” in 2013

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South Dakota’s Government Workforce is the Sixteenth “Most Productive” in 2013

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Pennsylvania’s Government Workforce is the Sixteenth “Least Productive” in 2013

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