Cleveland is ranked second to last in a newly released "Happiest Cities" list by WalletHub.
The persona finance company based in Washington D.C. ranked Cleveland just above Detroit in a list of 150 cities.
The rankings are grouped into three categories that included:
- emotional and physical well-being
- income and employment and community and environment
- as work hours, depression, obesity and sleep.
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Cali has the edge
California cities took eight of the first 10 spots on the list. The first five "Happiest Cities" are:
- Fremont, California
- San Jose, California
- Irvine, California
- San Francisco, California
- Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Sioux Falls, South Dakota? Really?
Ohio had two of the least "Happiest Cities." The most joyless cities are:
- Detroit, Michigan
- Cleveland, Ohio
- Augusta, Georgia
- Birmingham, Alabama
- Toledo, Ohio
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Two other Ohio cities also landed in the bottom half of the list. Columbus was ranked 95 and Cincinnati nestled in at 136.
See the full list here.