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Which us state has the most beautiful woman? Have you thought about moving because if so I don’t blame you considering the current state of the United States you might think every town city and state in this country just plain stinks right now but actually that isn’t the case whether you’ve lost your job and can’t afford the rent or just need a change of scenery you’re not alone over 31 million Americans moved last year and if you’re already planning on moving why not go big and trout an entirely new state now I’ve? Are You Knowing About Most Attractive States Ranked In The USA In 2020?


 

Number One

well it’s expensive facts of course it’s isn’t exactly the most affordable place to live with a median home cost of four hundred twenty-seven thousand dollars in upwards of six hundred fifty thousand dollars in the Boston area, oh and the traffic here is terrible number two New Hampshire just a short drive north brings us to our third New England state on the list speaking of which for such a tiny region it sure has a ton of amazing states New Hampshire is one of the best places to raise a family with exceptional public schools the lowest poverty rate in the nation and the lowest crime rate in the nation it’s no wonder the Granite State offers the second highest quality of life in u.s. especially since it’s also the least polluted state and the number one state for Economic Opportunity the unemployment rate was just two point four percent pre-crash in the median household income of over eighty-one thousand dollars makes the $295,000 median home price very affordable and I even mentioned the nature New Hampshire is filled with incredible scenery every which way with the White Mountains being one of the most enchanting and magical places I’ve ever been there honestly just isn’t much wrong with this place I mean hey there isn’t even any state income or sales tax now before we get to number one make sure you leave a like and subscribe if this video hits 10,000 likes I’ll start a new series on the 10 best places to have in all 50 states and comment on what you think the best state is down below but without further ado number one Washington once New Hampshire went.


Number two

Were you really expecting anything else first of all the scenery here is just breathtaking from the snow-capped Cascade Mountains to the gorgeous San Juan Islands to the pristine coastline to the HOH rainforest to the Palouse hills and otherworldly deserts this state has literally every type of environment you could imagine at an amazing schools health care infrastructure and a booming economy and you’ve got the highest quality of life in America and despite the economy already has grown so much over the past decade the GDP here still grew by 3.8 percent in 2019 and wages grew by 5.7 percent to a median household income of nearly $80,000 a year Washington checks all the boxes and that’s why it’s the best state to live in for  2020?


 

Number Three

Massachusetts statistically Massachusetts should be the number one state pretty much every year it blows away from the competition in most categories and it’s usually among the top three to five states in pretty much every  other category it’s the fourth safest state the second healthiest state has the second-highest minimum wage of twelve dollars and seventy-five cents and the lowest uninsured rate of just three percent while also having some of the world’s best health care in hospitals and consistently ranks as having the best public schools in the nation for both K to 12 and higher education so it makes sense the base state has the most highly educated workforce with over 50% of its residents possessing at least a bachelor’s degree well that and the fact that there are so many good-paying jobs in the Boston area that require those degrees and by good-paying I really mean the best paying Massachusetts has the highest median household income of any state at eighty six thousand three hundred and forty five dollars but statistics aside this is also a gorgeous state with the beautiful Berkshire Mountains and a stunning coastline all along Cape Cod and there is so much history and charm to the cities and small towns here with great museums art and culture so why isn’t Massachusetts


 

Number Four

Utah’s new to the list this year and it’s a ready shot all the way up to the top five well if you’ve been sleeping on it it’s about time to wake up because the Beehive state is having a moment there’s a reason it’s been the fastest-growing state since 2010 and before you say something like oh it’s just a bunch of Mormons Boren you sure there is a lot of that here but that doesn’t change the fact that this state is so beautiful and as one of the nation’s strongest job markets not to mention there’s an incredibly fun hipster scene in Salt Lake City with tons of concerts breweries and unique restaurants and coffee shops now you’re probably already excited to check out the scenery if you’ve  seen photos of any of Utah’s five national parks or 43 state parks that the Beehive State is just as much a working professionals paradise as it is a nature lovers paradise the economy here is thriving with tremendous fiscal stability and  great infrastructure it was actually the second fastest growing the economy in 2019 with a 3.8 percent GDP growth rate and the three point 1% job growth rate between all the amazing jobs in tech mining health care energy and finance the  median household income grew by 6% last year to a glorious seventy seven thousand dollars and the unemployment rate was just two point five percent before the worldstarted tumbling down if above-average schools excellent health care extremely low crime and one of the highest qualities of life in America sounds good to you then it’s time to move to Utah


 

Number Five

Minnesota and we’re back to the Midwest far away from any real mountains but who needs mountains when you’ve got views like this if you’re looking for a cheap waterfront property a Minnesota’s probably your best bet because the eleven thousand eight hundred and forty-two lakes technically means there’s even more shoreline here then in California but that isn’t even the main draw the land of 10,000 lakes is also the third safest state in the country has excellent public education and offers amazing economic opportunities between the affordable cost of living with a median home value of just two hundred fifty nine thousand dollars and all the great jobs at the numerous fortune 500 companies offering a median household income of 72 thousand dollars Minnesota has the fourth lowest poverty rate at just nine point nine percent and it’s also one of the cleanest greenest and most bike-friendly States with all the fresh air nature preserves and community festivals and fairs it makes sense that Minnesotans are so happy and healthy although it does get really cold in the winter and I’m not talking northeast or regular Midwest cold more like negative forty degrees Fahrenheit


 

Number Six

Colorado uh yet another Mountain State except this time the mountains are a lot bigger in fact even the flat plains of Denver have an elevation almost a thousand feet higher the highest point in Vermont and Colorado’s the highest state in more than just one way besides being first to fully legalize weed the Centennial state also has 58 14,000 foot Peaks by far the most of any state in all those mountains mean this is an outdoors lover’s paradise with world-class skiing hiking mountain biking rock climbing and rafting it’s no surprise Colorado has the lowest obesity rate and one of the highest qualities of life in the nation the Colorado didn’t make this list based on beauty alone it’s also an economic juggernaut sure it’s no longer the fastest growing economy like it had been for the past five years but the Centennial state still boasted the fourth highest GDP growth rate in 2019 and the highest wage growth rate with the median household income increasing by 6.4 percent to a whopping seventy three thousand dollars add in the fact that the are among the best in the West and you’ve got one of the best States to live in for practically any lifestyle


 

Number Seven

vermont if you’re not from new england Vermont probably only exists as some vague land of its home to Bernie Sanders and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream for all we know it might actually be a part of Canada and that’s because Vermonters love their state and doe want too many people finding out about the amazing quality of life here sure it’s the second smallest state with only around six hundred thirty thousand residents but it’s also the second safest state in  between the stellar health care amazing public schools an excellent economic opportunity a few people that actually do move here each year usually end up staying for the rest of their lives and I don’t blame them I mean you’re  surrounded by so much stunning nature with tons of mountains lakes rivers and forests to ski kayak or hike in it’s no wonder Vermont is the healthiest state in the country or maybe that’s because it has the second lowest rate of uninsured residents at just four point five percent and the main city of Burlington which is basically the only real city in the state is one of the most picturesque and charming towns you’ll ever see plus it’s got a booming economy Vermont actually had the lowest unemployment rate of any state at just two point four percent before the economy crashed and with a median household income over $70,000 the $256,000 median home value is pretty affordable the only negative  thing here is the temperature in the winter no like literally it stays well below zero for three months a year


 

Number Eight

Idaho people have confused Idaho with Iowa ever since it first became a state way back in 1890 but that’s not gonna be the case much longer considering this is the fastest growing state in the nation why are so many people  flocking to this place most Americans probably couldn’t even locate on a map you may wonder well because people are finally finding out what a gem the gem state really is of course there’s the Capitol Boise which is one of the absolute best cities of any size to live in and Idaho is also one of the safest states with an insanely high quality of life but the best part about living here is all the beautiful untouched wilderness don’t tell anyone I told you the Sawtooth Mountains  are honestly the best kept secret in this country and there are so many other diverse environments from Lake Pend Oreille and Coeur d’Alene to the otherworldly craters of the moon and snake river canyons in fact the Gem State actually has more land dedicated to national forests than any other state aside from these incredible natural wonders though Idaho also had the sixth fastest growing economy in 2019 and the third highest job growth rate at 2.8 percent and although the median household income of $60,000 a year is still slightly below the US average wages are growing insanely fast and went up by nearly 6 percent just this past year it might not be as cheap as it used to be with all the  Californians moving here but Idaho is still really affordable compared to its other West Coast neighbors and definitely worth the median home price of $295,000


 

Number Nine

Iowa isn’t that state like super boring how the heck did it make this list yes there are a lot of corn and soy farms here but aside from that Iowa isn’t as boring as you might think in fact it’s one of the best places to live n practically every statistical category, first of all, it’s the most affordable state in America and the economy is growing fast just last year wages increased by five percent for a median household income of nearly sixty-nine thousand dollars  which would already be great for most states but it’s especially amazing in Iowa since the cost of living is so low with a median home price of just a hundred fifty-four thousand dollars now to be fair there is a disparaging gap between the  rural and urban economies which is the main in the Hawkeye status and higher on this list that being said there are so many amazing cities here seriously like 15 to 20 different Iowans cities could easily make a top 10 best cities to live  in list a solely on statistics sure it might not be the most exciting life but with top notch schools low crime extremely friendly residents and some of the most charming small cities and towns in the u.s. Iowa is one of the best places to settle down and raise a family


 

Number Ten

actually we’re gonna start off with a quick honorable mention Texas well it didn’t quite make the list this year I really wanted to include the Lone Star State because it’s headed in the right direction and has so many amazing  cities with rapidly growing populations and economies the Austin Houston San Antonio and Dallas Fort Worth metropolitan are as have all grown by over 20 percent since 2010 and for good reason Texas had the fastest growing  economy of any state in 2019 with an annual GDP growth rate of 4.4% and over 330,000 new jobs created so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that this is the best state for business particularly due to there being no state income tax  extremely low corporate taxes ranging from zero to 1% friendly regulators and an affordable cost of living with a median home price of just two hundred seven thousand dollars which is why so many huge companies particularly  California tech companies have moved here in recent years but it’s not all work and no play there’s great food friendly residents beautiful nature and so much fun to be had in each of the hip cities and towns so what’s keeping Texas out of  the actual top ten well among the bottom five states in health care coverage there’s above average crime and the schools are mediocre at best not to mention the summer’s here are extremely hot actual North Carolina another one of the fastest growing states with multiple booming cities that are among the best to live in this nation North Carolina will probably be a top 5 state by the end of the decade but currently the rural parts are  really holding it back with tons of crime poor education and a mediocre health care system let’s skip over that for now though and get to the stunning nature from the beautiful blue raging Great Smoky Mountains in the west of the gorgeous Outer Banks and Emerald Isle in the east with serene forests rivers and waterfalls sprinkled everywhere in-between this is honestly one of the most beautiful States in America and similar to Texas the economy here was booming before the great doom of 2020 with amazing job opportunities in the cities especially the raleigh-durham area where the median household income is over seventy-five thousand dollars and while they just still aren’t the best  across the state they have increased by four point seven percent over the past year, it’s pretty cheap to here with a median home value of just two hundred four thousand dollars whether you want the arts and culture of Asheville the big-city life of Charlotte or just an all-around amazing place to raise a family in Raleigh the quality of life here is incredible while the k12 public schools aren’t the best at least the state kinda makes up for it with some excellent  universities like Duke UNC and Wake Forest