Alabama Most Stressed State in US


 

Despite our warm climate and rural areas, Alabama is one of the more stressed states in the US according to a survey conducted by personal-finance website WalletHub. Alabama's overall score made it the most stressed state in America.

Stress Levels in Alabama (1=Most Stressed, 25=Avg.):

• 17th -Hours Worked per Week

• 4th -Adults Getting Adequate Sleep

• 4th ¬- % of Adults in Fair/Poor Health

• 9th - Job Security

• 2nd - Median Credit Score

• 6th - % of Population Below Poverty Line

• 7th - Divorce Rate

• 10th - Crime Rate per Capita

• 2nd - Psychologists per Capita

 
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