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Top 10 Most And Least Stressful Places To Live In America


Surprisingly, in a recent study performed by Movoto, a national real estate site, Williamsfield, Ohio, with a population of 984 rounded up the top spot as the most stress-filled neighborhood in the U.S., based on data from the latest U.S. Census.

8647, Michigan City took the number 2 spot, 93640 in Mendota, California 3rd, 36776 in Sawyerville, Alabama in fourth, and 8617, Coahoma the second Mississippi zip code came in 5th.

Can you guess which neighborhoods are most and least frazzled?

Do you live in one of the top 10 most stressful Zip Codes in America?

On the flip side,  as for the least stressed zip codes in the United States, 90058 in Los Angeles, California wins, where overall quality of life is highest; followed by 86436 in Topock, Arizona, and 39360 in Shubuta, Mississippi.


1. Median household income
2. Monthly homeowner costs
3. Mean usual hours worked per week
4. Average commute time
5. Per cent of monthly income spent on rent
6. Per cent of population without health insurance
7. Per cent of families below the poverty line
8. Unemployment rates

Here are the top 10 most stressful Zip Codes in America:

1. 44093, Williamsfield, Ohio
2. 38647, Michigan City, Miss.
3. 93640, Mendota, Calif.
4. 36776, Sawyerville, Ala.
5. 38617, Coahoma, Miss.
6. 37018, Beechgrove, Tenn.
7. 39743, Crawford, Miss.
9. 85172, Stanfield, Ariz.
10. 29915, Daufuskie Island, S.C.

Following as the least stressed Zip Codes in America

1. 90058, Los Angeles, Calif.
2. 86436, Topock, Ariz.
3. 39360, Shubuta, Miss.
4. 11237, Brooklyn, N.Y.
5. 75928, Bon Wier, Texas
6. 42634, Parkers Lake, Ky.
7. 95328, Keyes, Calif.
8. 30021, Clarkston, Ga.
9. 92327, Daggett, Calif.
10. 90037, Los Angeles, Calif.

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Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj
Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is the CEO and editorial director at CEOWORLD magazine, the leading global business magazine written strictly for CEOs, CFOs, top managers, company directors, investors, senior executives, business leaders, and high net worth individuals.
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