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These Are the Most Stressed Out Cities in the US

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35. San Diego-Carlsbad, CA
> Poverty rate: 10.3% — 301 out of 383 cities
> Unemployment rate (August 2020): 9.5% — 79 highest out of 383 cities
> Average commute time: 27 minutes — 66 out of 383 cities

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34. Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, MD
> Poverty rate: 9.4% — 326 out of 383 cities
> Unemployment rate (August 2020): 6.5% — 235 highest out of 383 cities
> Average commute time: 32 minutes — 18 out of 383 cities

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33. Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT
> Poverty rate: 9.1% — 337 out of 383 cities
> Unemployment rate (August 2020): 8.4% — 124 highest out of 383 cities
> Average commute time: 32 minutes — 14 out of 383 cities

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32. Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA
> Poverty rate: 7.8% — 361 out of 383 cities
> Unemployment rate (August 2020): 8.1% — 138 highest out of 383 cities
> Average commute time: 32 minutes — 20 out of 383 cities

31. Atlantic City-Hammonton, NJ
> Poverty rate: 11.1% — 272 out of 383 cities
> Unemployment rate (August 2020): 18.5% — 3 highest out of 383 cities
> Average commute time: 26 minutes — 82 out of 383 cities