Oregon Reigns as Most ICT-Focused State Economy, According to Report

May 15, 2014

Oregon derived about 28 percent of its GDP from information and communication technology (ICT) industries in 2012, according to a new report from the Technology CEO Council, based on Moody’s Analytics data.  The report highlights the importance of ICT exports to each state economy. ICT hardware, software and services were the largest U.S. export sector in 2012, generating $272 billion for the U.S. economy. Oregon, Colorado and Washington were the country’s most ICT-focused economies in terms of GDP, while Virginia employed the largest share of its workers in ICT industries. Read the report…

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