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9 Work Environment Index score, which is eighth out of 14 occupation groups.
The Work Environment Index recently rated working environments in all 50 states and Washington, D.
2005 Work Environment Index State Score 1 Delaware 89 2 New Hampshire 81 3 Minnesota 80 4 Vermont 77 5 Iowa 73 6 Connecticut 72 7 Indiana 71 7 Nebraska 71 7 Wisconsin 71 10 South Dakota 70 42 Nevada 41 43 Alabama 40 44 New Mexico 39 45 Arizona 37 46 Mississippi 36 46 South Carolina 36 46 Utah 36 49 Arkansas 34 50 Texas 33 51 Louisiana 31 Source: University of Massachusetts Political Economy Research Institute.
The Work Environment Index measures workplace issues such as whether a worker has a trusting and open work environment and whether an employee is able to use his or her strengths to do what he or she does best every day.
The Work Environment Index, which evaluates American workers' perceptions of their workplaces, remained low and flat at 47.
had the highest Work Environment Index score, and residents living in Barnstable Town, Mass.
The Work Environment Index decreased slightly to 47.
The Work Environment Index measures issues that include a trusting and open work environment and whether an employee is able to use his or her strengths to do what he or she does best every day.