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Best and Worst States to Make a Living 2013: Full list

Didn't see your state on the lists of Best States to Make a Living or Worst States to Make a Living? Find it below in the full 50-state rankings.

Again, these rankings are based on an analysis that considered:

  • Average wage and unemployment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • Cost of living data from C2ER (formerly ACCRA)
  • State tax rate information from Tax-Rates.org
  • The Workplace Environment rankings from the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index poll

Going from best to worst, here is how all 50 U.S. states ranked for 2013:

1.Washington
2.Virginia
3.Colorado
4.Texas
5.Wyoming
6.Minnesota
7.Nebraska
8.Utah
9.Kansas
10.Oklahoma
11.Arizona
12.Iowa
13.Massachusetts
14.Missouri
15.Indiana
16.Michigan
17.North Dakota
18.Nevada
19.Pennsylvania
20.Idaho
21.Ohio
22.Illinois
23.Georgia
24.Tennessee
25.Wisconsin
26.Maryland
27.Delaware
28.Florida
29.California
30.Kentucky
31.Arkansas
32.Louisiana
33.Oregon
34.Montana
35.New Mexico
36.New Hampshire
37.Connecticut
38.North Carolina
39.Alabama
40.Maine
41.South Dakota
42.Alaska
43.Vermont
44.West Virginia
45.New Jersey
46.South Carolina
47.New York
48.Rhode Island
49.Mississippi
50.Hawaii

 

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