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07 March 2018, 04:27 | Melissa Porter
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In a report published Monday for Women's History Month, financial website WalletHub said it looked at 23 key indicators of living standards for women, and Minnesota topped the list.
MA is the second best state from women to live in across the country, according to a study by WalletHub. The data set ranges from median earnings for female workers to women's preventive health care to female homicide rate.
With a total score of 78.22 Minnesota came in at number 1 with MA and Vermont taking the second and third place rankings.
The Land of 10,000 Lakes scored highest when it comes to women's economic and social well-being, and the state scored among the top three in safety and health. All the usual ones show up at the bottom - Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Oklahoma.
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