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Connecticut’s Government Workforce is the Fourteenth “Most Productive” in 2012

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Pennsylvania’s Government Workforce is the Fourteenth “Least Productive” in 2012

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Tennessee’s Government Workforce is the Thirteenth “Most Productive” in 2012

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Ohio’s Government Workforce is the Thirteenth “Least Productive” in 2012

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Missouri’s Government Workforce is the Twelfth “Most Productive” in 2012

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New Jersey’s Government Workforce is the Twelfth “Least Productive” in 2012

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New Hampshire’s Government Workforce is the Eleventh “Most Productive” in 2012

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Florida’s Government Workforce is the Eleventh “Least Productive” in 2012

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Oklahoma’s Government Workforce is the Tenth “Most Productive” in 2012

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Oregon’s Government Workforce is the Tenth “Least Productive” in 2012

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West Virginia’s Government Workforce is the Ninth “Most Productive” in 2012

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New Mexico’s Government Workforce is the Ninth “Least Productive” in 2012

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Virginia’s Government Workforce is the Eighth “Most Productive” in 2012

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South Carolina’s Government Workforce is the Eighth “Least Productive” in 2012

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Minnesota’s Government Workforce is the Seventh “Most Productive” in 2012

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New York’s Government Workforce is the Seventh “Least Productive” in 2012

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Georgia’s Government Workforce is the Sixth “Most Productive” in 2012

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Indiana’s Government Workforce is the Fifth “Most Productive” in 2012

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Vermont’s Government Workforce is the Sixth “Least Productive” in 2012

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Hawaii’s Government Workforce is the Fifth “Least Productive” in 2012

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