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The Most Stressed-Out City in Every State

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26. Billings, Montana
> Poverty: 7.3% (bottom 10%)
> Avg. weekly hours worked: 39.1
> Unemployment: 3.6%
> Violent crime: 377 per 100,000 people
> Adults in fair/poor health: 12.4% (lowest 25%)

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27. Grand Island, Nebraska
> Poverty: 11.0% (lowest 25%)
> Avg. weekly hours worked: 40.1 (highest 10%)
> Unemployment: 2.8% (bottom 10%)
> Violent crime: 286 per 100,000 people
> Adults in fair/poor health: 14.2%

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28. Reno, Nevada
> Poverty: 12.2%
> Avg. weekly hours worked: 38.6
> Unemployment: 4.2%
> Violent crime: 515 per 100,000 people (highest 25%)
> Adults in fair/poor health: 14.8%

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29. Manchester-Nashua, New Hampshire
> Poverty: 8.2% (bottom 10%)
> Avg. weekly hours worked: 38.8
> Unemployment: 0.0% (highest 10%)
> Violent crime: 269 per 100,000 people
> Adults in fair/poor health: 11.0% (bottom 10%)

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30. Ocean City, New Jersey
> Poverty: 11.9%
> Avg. weekly hours worked: 38.5
> Unemployment: 9.7% (highest 10%)
> Violent crime: 232 per 100,000 people (lowest 25%)
> Adults in fair/poor health: 12.8% (lowest 25%)

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