Looking to improve your outlook on life? If so, consider moving to one of America’s happiest states. And if you already live in one, you have a good reason to rejoice.
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The #1 happiest state in America
A report released Monday by WalletHub analyzed the 50 states and the District of Columbia, ranking each on a scale of 100 with consideration of physical and emotional health, income levels and job satisfaction, sports participation rates and more than a dozen other factors.
The state that claimed the No. 1 spot?
The unhappiest state?
The report also pointed out the states with the highest and lowest depression rates in the country (Oregon; Hawaii), obesity rates (Mississippi; District of Columbia), suicide rates (Montana; District of Columbia), number of work hours (Alaska; Utah) and income growth (West Virginia; Nevada).
Click on the graphic or scroll below to see the complete list of the happiest states, according to WalletHub.
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51. West Virginia
41. New Mexico
38. South Carolina
30. North Carolina
27. Rhode Island
26. New York
20. New Jersey
18. District of Columbia
11. New Hampshire
9. South Dakota
3. North Dakota
Read more on WalletHub.