Special Report

Most Expensive Place to Live in Every State

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41. South Dakota: Custer County
> Monthly cost of living: $3,214
> Monthly housing costs: $591 (18.4% of total)
> Median household income: $55,472 ($4,623 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 11.1%
> Largest city or town in county: Custer

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42. Tennessee: Williamson County
> Monthly cost of living: $3,737
> Monthly housing costs: $1,013 (27.1% of total)
> Median household income: $109,026 ($9,086 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 7.4%
> Largest city or town in county: Franklin

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43. Texas: Fort Bend County
> Monthly cost of living: $3,629
> Monthly housing costs: $1,048 (28.9% of total)
> Median household income: $95,561 ($7,963 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 12.8%
> Largest city or town in county: Sugar Land

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44. Utah: Summit County
> Monthly cost of living: $3,613
> Monthly housing costs: $827 (22.9% of total)
> Median household income: $100,453 ($8,371 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 16.9%
> Largest city or town in county: Park City

45. Vermont: Grand Isle County
> Monthly cost of living: $3,999
> Monthly housing costs: $944 (23.6% of total)
> Median household income: $69,583 ($5,799 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 12.5%
> Largest city or town in county: Alburg