Map 1: The Strongest Office Growth Occurred in the Southeast and Southwest.
A map of the United States showing five-year compound growth change in number of offices. The growth change was 2.96 percent to 6.79 percent in California, Nevada, Arizona, Texas, Florida, Georgia, Arkansas, Colorado, and Illinois. It was 2.06 percent to 2.94 percent in Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, New York, and Connecticut. It was 1.80 percent to 2.05 percent in Oregon, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Indiana, Alabama, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey. It was 1.20 percent to 1.59 percent in Washington, Montana, North Dakota, Utah, Kansas, Louisiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. It was minus 0.61 percent to 1.19 percent in Alaska, Hawaii, New Mexico, Mississippi, Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.