Study Ranks Wyoming America’s 10th Happiest State
The study compared all 50 states and the District of Columbia based on several factors, including safety, income growth, work environment, physical fitness, divorce rates and depression.
Wyoming ranked third overall for income growth and adequate sleep rates, The Cowboy State also ranked seventh nationally for the lowest long term unemployment rate and ninth for community, environment and recreational activities.
Utah was ranked as the happiest state in the study, followed by Minnesota, Hawaii, Colorado and North Dakota. West Virginia finished as the least happiest state. Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee rounded out the bottom five.
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