A new study ranked the biggest cities in the country from the most stressed to the least, based on factors like unemployment, divorce rates, and mental health. The most stressed cities are Detroit and Newark, New Jersey . . . and the least are Fremont, California and Bismarck, North Dakota.
If you're not stressed out, you're not paying attention.
A new study ranked the 182 biggest cities in the country from the most stressed to the least.
They used 37 different factors, including unemployment . . . commute times . . . average income . . . bankruptcy and foreclosure rates . . . divorce rates . . . child care costs . . . mental health . . . and binge drinking and smoking rates.
And the most stressed out city is . . . Detroit. Here are the rest of the top 10 . . .
Newark, New Jersey . . . Cleveland . . . Birmingham, Alabama . . . Toledo, Ohio . . . Baltimore . . . Wilmington, Delaware . . . Milwaukee . . . Gulfport, Mississippi . . . and St. Louis.
The least stressed city is Fremont, California. The rest of the top 10 are . . .
Bismarck, North Dakota . . . Sioux Falls, South Dakota . . . Overland Park, Kansas . . . South Burlington, Vermont . . . Scottsdale, Arizona . . . Irvine, California . . . San Jose, California . . . Madison, Wisconsin . . . and Lincoln, Nebraska.
(Here are the rankings for all 182 cities.)
Originally posted on July 18th, 2018