Special Report

The Most Stressed-Out Cities in America

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50. San Antonio, Texas
> High stress score: 52.0
> Households with incomes under $10,000: 39,657, 7.9% — #7 highest out of 182 cities
> Estimated unemployment rate (2015-2019): 5.5% — #93 highest out of 182 cities

49. Worcester, Massachusetts
> High stress score: 52.1
> Households with incomes under $10,000: 7,472, 10.4% — #83 highest out of 182 cities
> Estimated unemployment rate (2015-2019): 5.6% — #88 highest out of 182 cities

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47. New Haven, Connecticut
> High stress score: 52.3
> Households with incomes under $10,000: 5,542, 11.3% — #112 highest out of 182 cities
> Estimated unemployment rate (2015-2019): 9.0% — #14 highest out of 182 cities

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48. Providence, Rhode Island
> High stress score: 52.3
> Households with incomes under $10,000: 7,475, 12.1% — #82 highest out of 182 cities
> Estimated unemployment rate (2015-2019): 7.8% — #31 highest out of 182 cities

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46. Bridgeport, Connecticut
> High stress score: 52.5
> Households with incomes under $10,000: 5,316, 10.5% — #113 highest out of 182 cities
> Estimated unemployment rate (2015-2019): 12.5% — #3 highest out of 182 cities