A. Population and Geography -

Centrally located in the United States, the state of Iowa is characterized by rich agricultural land, with wetlands, woodlands, and prairie throughout. The state shares its border with six other states—including Minnesota to the north, Wisconsin to the northeast, Illinois to the east, Missouri to the south, Nebraska to the west and South Dakota to the northwest.

Bordered by the Mississippi River on the east and the Missouri River on the west, plus access to three main interstate highways (I-80, I-35 and I-29), Iowa has a diversified and robust economy and provides efficient and cost-effective transportation choices.

Iowa’s population of approximately three million residents includes a well-educated, highly skilled, motivated and productive workforce. The state consistently ranks as one of the top ten states with the lowest unemployment rates in the nation.

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