Sure. There's a place that added 730,000 jobs in the last decade. In 2008 it accounted for 70% of all new jobs created in the United States.
It's called Texas.
It has no state income tax, low corporate taxes, does just enough regulating to get the job done, cares for the environment without making a fetish of it, lets its legislature meet for a relatively short period just once every two years, keeps the executive branch slim and trim and is a right-to-work state where unions don't get to grab dues through governmental coercion.