From the rollercoaster housing market or to the rising costs of groceries , it seems like everyone has reason to be a little stressed out. But, according to a new report, the level of stress you experience can also be influenced by where you live .
Earlier this year, WalletHub ranked America’s “most and least stressed” states. The report compared the 50 states across 41 metrics, including: unemployment rate, income growth, rate of separation and divorce, mental health, and unaffordability of visits to the doctor.
For the final ranking, the cities were scored across four key dimensions: Work-related stress Money-related stress […]
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