States must boost job market with investment, innovation

Entrepreneurship, free trade and tax incentives are key factors to job creation nationwide, according to a study by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. With a goal of stimulating the formation of 20 million jobs in a decade, the chamber's study looks at what state governments can do to boost the job market region by region. Investment, not regulation, is a key focus, it says.

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