From the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce
Minnesota’s economy – much like its people – is resilient. For more than a year and a half, businesses across the state have weathered the unpredictability of a worldwide pandemic, and the subsequent changes in demand, supply chains and government-imposed shutdowns. Yet here we are: a recovering economy offering more jobs than people to fill them, with businesses continuing to pivot and innovate, ushering in a new phase of prosperity for the future.
Each year, the Minnesota Chamber produces the Business Benchmarks report to make sense of the success of our economy relative to other states. This also benchmarks our progress toward recovery and our competitiveness. Is Minnesota a good place to do business? Do we have the tools in place to attract and retain business growth and skilled talent to all areas of our state, and continue to contribute to the quality of life that our citizens enjoy? Let’s dig into the details and find out.