The Most Miserable Cities in America, Ranked
The Declaration of Independence. It speaks of the inalienable rights of every American to Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. And our forefathers could have told every one of us that location has a lot to do with that last right.
When their ancestors weren’t happy with the status quo in Britain, they migrated to much, much greener pastures to find their happiness. Are you starting to feel like a change is in order for you to find your happiness? Finding the right place to settle is essential.
Over time, we spread out across the United States (although it wasn't exactly called that at the time) to find the perfect little spot to call our home. It's not much different than we do now. Some people choose to move when they desire a big change while others are forced to do so for their jobs.
No matter the reason you're moving, we advise steering clear of any of the following cities on this list. Due to a number of factors, these are the most miserable city from each state. Read on to find out which city in your state made the list!
**Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau Quick Facts, and AreaVibes.