Special Report

Most Expensive Place to Live in Every State

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31. New Mexico: Harding County
> Monthly cost of living: $3,214
> Monthly housing costs: $564 (17.6% of total)
> Median household income: $30,875 ($2,573 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 3.0%
> Largest city or town in county: Roy

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32. New York: Putnam County
> Monthly cost of living: $5,181
> Monthly housing costs: $1,511 (29.2% of total)
> Median household income: $102,186 ($8,516 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 10.6%
> Largest city or town in county: Mahopac

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33. North Carolina: Camden County
> Monthly cost of living: $3,993
> Monthly housing costs: $880 (22.0% of total)
> Median household income: $63,349 ($5,279 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 8.3%
> Largest city or town in county: Camden

34. North Dakota: Dunn County
> Monthly cost of living: $3,970
> Monthly housing costs: $1,003 (25.3% of total)
> Median household income: $70,500 ($5,875 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 6.6%
> Largest city or town in county: Killdeer

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35. Ohio: Hocking County
> Monthly cost of living: $3,150
> Monthly housing costs: $607 (19.3% of total)
> Median household income: $50,000 ($4,167 per month)
> May 2020 unemployment rate: 11.0%
> Largest city or town in county: Logan