Trying to find a place to live that has good, well-paid work and stretch your paycheck to cover your costs can be difficult. MoneyRates used several sources to put together this ranking of 10 best and worst states to make a living. Washington was ranked number two on the list with the average income at $52,540 and the unemployment rate at only 5.5%. The ranking considers these five factors: average wages, cost of living, state tax rates, unemployment rates, and incidents of workplace injuries.
The Best And Worst States To Make A Living
Written by Anton Stetner on . Posted in Uncategorized
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