Most stressed U.S. cities

Cleveland is the most stressed city in the U.S., according to rankings published by WalletHub on July 8. 

WalletHub, a personal finance company, ranked cities based on work, financial, family and health and safety stressors. The ranking scores how cities compare on average working hours, poverty rates, housing affordability, depression diagnosis rates and other criteria. 

Here are the 10 most stressed cities in the U.S., according to WalletHub: 

  1. Cleveland 
  2. Detroit
  3. Baltimore 
  4. Gulfort, Miss. 
  5. Memphis, Tenn. 
  6. Philadelphia
  7. Birmingham, Ala. 
  8. Akron, Ohio 
  9. New Orleans
  10. Jackson, Miss. 

See the full ranking here. 

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