Special Report

The Most Stressed-Out Cities in America

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5. Newark, New Jersey
> High stress score: 62.4
> Households with incomes under $10,000: 15,596, 15.6% — #39 highest out of 182 cities
> Estimated unemployment rate (2015-2019): 11.3% — #5 highest out of 182 cities

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4. Gulfport, Mississippi
> High stress score: 62.4
> Households with incomes under $10,000: 3,390, 12.1% — #134 highest out of 182 cities
> Estimated unemployment rate (2015-2019): 11.6% — #4 highest out of 182 cities

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3. Birmingham, Alabama
> High stress score: 62.4
> Households with incomes under $10,000: 12,400, 13.6% — #48 highest out of 182 cities
> Estimated unemployment rate (2015-2019): 9.0% — #14 highest out of 182 cities

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2. Detroit, Michigan
> High stress score: 65.0
> Households with incomes under $10,000: 50,139, 19.0% — #6 highest out of 182 cities
> Estimated unemployment rate (2015-2019): 15.7% — #1 highest out of 182 cities

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1. Cleveland, Ohio
> High stress score: 66.9
> Households with incomes under $10,000: 29,995, 17.6% — #10 highest out of 182 cities
> Estimated unemployment rate (2015-2019): 13.2% — #2 highest out of 182 cities

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