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The Top 10 Most Stressed Cities And The 10 Least Stressed Cities In The US, 2018

People who live in Detroit, Newark, and Cleveland are facing chronic stress, according to a new WalletHub report. Out of 180 cities, Detroit was ranked as the most stressful city to be.

And the award for the most stressed city in America goes to: Detroit

Detroit came in as the number one overall most stressed city in the United States for 2018, ranking 1st in health and safety stress, 3rd in financial stress, 4th in family stress, and 24th in work stress.

Newark, New Jersey has been named the second most stressed-out place in America; Cleveland, Ohio at No. 3; Birmingham, Alabama at No. 4; and Toledo, Ohio at No. 5. Baltimore, Maryland; Wilmington, Delaware; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Gulfport, Mississippi; and St. Louis, Missouri rounded out the Top 10 most stressed cities in America on the list.

The report evaluated 182 cities more than 180 cities, across 37 stress-related metrics. The data set was measured with factors ranging from work stress; financial stress; family stress; and health and safety stress.

Top 10 Most Stressed Cities

  1. Detroit, Michigan
  2. Newark, New Jersey
  3. Cleveland, Ohio
  4. Birmingham, Alabama
  5. Toledo, Ohio
  6. Baltimore, Maryland
  7. Wilmington, Delaware
  8. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  9. Gulfport, Mississippi
  10. St. Louis, Missouri

Top 10 Least Stressed Cities

  1. Fremont, California
  2. Bismark, North Dakota
  3. Sioux Falls, South Dakota
  4. Overland Park, Kansas
  5. South Burlington, Vermont
  6. Scottsdale, Arizona
  7. Irvine, California
  8. San Jose, California
  9. Madison, Wisconsin
  10. Lincoln, Nebraska

Here Are the Most (and Least) Stressed Cities in the US for 2018

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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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