(Not bad for a gomer pyle, farmer dogshit of a state, eh??)http://money.cnn.com/2005/10/26/news/economy/best_work/
Best places to work
Delaware ranks the best; Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas are among the worst, according to a study.
October 26, 2005: 4:29 PM EDT
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - If you work in the state of Delaware, then you shouldn't be complaining about your job.
Delaware is the best working environment in terms of average pay, employment opportunities, employee benefits, percentage of low-income workers, fair treatment between genders and ability for employees to unionize, according to a report released Tuesday.
The Work Environment Index (WEI), developed by researchers at Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) at the University of Massachusetts, evaluated worker climate on a state-by-state basis by looking at job opportunities, job quality and workplace fairness.
All these arguments are completely useless, and honestly, this survey doesn't mean much either.
Every state is excellent for some, and terrible for others. It all depends on your profession, and what you feel is important in a living environment.
I hope Tony does well in Delaware. As he stated in his interview, it's probably the best option for him given the purse levels. Of course you can race for more at the Big M -- but the cost of living will eat at you. I wish him well.