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Re: Worst States to Make a Living 2014... New Jersey?
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Could that list be a reflection on how good the Governor's are in those States?


Based on this list:

Average salary, according to figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
Cost of living, based on data from C2ER.
Employment rate, based on BLS data.
Workplace conditions, based on the "Work Environment" component of the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index.

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Could that list be a reflection on how good the Governor's are in those States?
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Posted on: 2014/6/10 21:09
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Nearly five years into the economic recovery, many Americans are still struggling to find work. But in many cases, the places they live may have something to do with that struggle.

The fourth-annual MoneyRates.com study of the Best and Worst States to Make a Living reveals that working conditions among U.S. states are far from equal. This analysis is based on each state's Compensation and Quality Factor, a proprietary metric by MoneyRates.com. This measure considers:

Average salary, according to figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
Cost of living, based on data from C2ER.
Employment rate, based on BLS data.
Workplace conditions, based on the "Work Environment" component of the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index.

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