Due to the Research Triangle’s exceptional growth in technology, Diversity Talent Partners feels we are in the perfect area to deliver diverse technology talent to our partners. North Carolina’s labor, energy and tax costs are all well below the national average and rank as the second lowest in the U.S. overall, per Moody’s Analytics. The 3% corporate tax rate is the lowest in the country.
In addition to low costs, the state boasts a highly educated labor supply fueled by graduates from 53 colleges and universities, including elite schools like Duke University and the University of North Carolina. Job growth and gross state product growth are expected to rank among the strongest in the country over the next five years. The population is growing twice as fast as the U.S. average. For these reasons, Diversity Talent Partners remains excited to be headquartered and do business here in North Carolina.
North Carolina’s digital transformation is revolutionizing state governments’ ability to improve the lives of citizens in their communities. From automation to modernization, state governments are working hard to improve efficiencies, optimize tax dollars and implement critical programs. But navigating changing citizen requirements and elected governing priorities is an ever-evolving challenge.