America is considered one of the most happening places in the world, and people from around the world want to live here. It is a prosperous economy. But, even with the world’s highest GDP of any country, US has not been able to ensure economic equality among all citizens. A number of Economic Cooperation and Development, US organization, a study and established nine key factors into consideration, the income, employment, education, safety, health, when taking the environment, civic engagement states, the poor, services and access to housing. 10 with the worst quality of our living in the United States.
Mississippi U.S. state with the worst quality of living. The only positive aspect of political engagement, with three-quarters of the population voting in a general election. Less than 82 percent of the public power High School ’13, has completed the second lowest in the country, and approximately 9.5% were unemployed. 24% live below the poverty line, the highest in the country. 7.3 per 100,000 people face death. This is the 2nd lowest rate of employment and disposable income per household, and the 2nd highest murder rate, the highest voter turnout.
50 considered by the OECD to other states key metrics, have been found to be deficient, which includes a number of other variables. Additional data and the GDP, industry structure, poverty, health insurance, data on income inequality. Energy production, etc. were taken from the Bureau of Economic Analysis to pursue a full survey, the US Census Bureau’s 2013 American Community Survey and the Energy Information Administration.
With just 56% of the population having access to broadband internet, it is placed at the 3rd lowest position. Access to services is almost the worst in this state, which is common among other state with poor political engagement of residents. Only 62% of Alabama’s residents voted last year, which is still an improvement. The state struggles with poverty, with almost 19% people living below poverty line. It has the 5th lowest employment rate, 10th lowest household disposable income per capita, 22nd lowest voter turnout and 8th highest homicide rate.
With a per capita income less than $25,000, it features among the lowest in the US, with financial conditions considerably less than other Americans. 1 in every 5 of its residents lives below poverty line, thus being positioned at the 4th worst condition. Its voter turnout was just 53.3% in 2013, one of the lowest in the nation, but this might change, with the state’s long-time Democratic governor is about to step down. Arkansas has the 12th lowest employment rate, 3rd lowest household disposable income per capita, 4th lowest voter turnout and 15th highest homicide rate.
4. West Virginia
The mortality rate of West Virginia is extremely poor, with 10.5 deaths every 1,000 people, higher than all but two states. Nearly 19% people live below poverty line. Less than 48% people turn to the voting ballots, showing poor political engagement. One of the very few positive sides of this state is that it has just 3.9 murders per 100,000 state residents. However, it features among the worst 20% of OECD regions because of having the lowest voter turnout and employment, and the 8th lowest household disposable income per capita, though its homicide rate is 22nd lowest.
Just about 85% of the human resource of Tennessee has completed high school as of 2013. The state has given significant efforts to improve education. State officials have notably approved the initiative to make community colleges tuition-free, thus being the only US state to do so. But the political engagement is poor here, and like most similar places, it has low access to services like broadband, which is available to less than 60%. It has the 6th lowest voter turnout, 17th lowest employment rate, 20th lowest Household disposable income per capita and 10th highest homicide rate.
Less than 60% of the households of the state have access to high speed broadband internet, which is among the lowest rates in the country. Unlike many of the states with poor condition of life, the residents here are not engaged in politics. Less than 53% of the eligible adults voted in 2013. The state also ranks in the lowest 16% of OECD regions for civic engagement. It has the 3rd lowest voter turnout, and not quite surprisingly, 14th highest homicide rate. It also has the 22nd lowest employment rate and 19th lowest household disposable income per capita.
7. South Carolina
South Carolina residents earn around $ 25,000 per capita income, the lowest in the country. In fact, this income is substantially lower than the average American. The unemployment rate than the rest of the nation, more than 9 per cent, showing how hard it is to find a job. Featuring its residents among the lowest in the country again 18.6%, live below the poverty line. The 18th is the high voter turnout. It also has the lowest employment rate in the 4th, 6th lowest household disposable income and the highest murder rate per capita 6th.
Louisiana is the 4th lowest average low, US residents 76 years of life expectancy. It is very dangerous community of 100,000 people, killing 11 people, records, and the worst 10% of all OECD regions. Has highlighted the most productive natural gas industry of the state of the economy to fluctuations in energy prices. 20 per cent of its population to other states 3rd, lives below the poverty line. It’s highest murder rates, 3rd lowest employment rate and the 24th lowest household disposable income, but also with the highest voter turnout 14th examples.
9. New Mexico
Large parts of the arid areas of the state, and therefore can not be larger than many European countries, and in spite of the poor infrastructure of the state, supporting more than 2 million people. With only 54% of home Internet access, it features the 2nd position from the bottom. 21 percent of the poverty line, living in the 2nd to the Mississippi, and New Mexico average disposable income is $ 25,000. This is the 7th lowest rates of employment and disposable income per household, 19th lowest voter turnout and 4th highest murder rates.
Being an employee in 2013 to only 9 percent of adults with the lowest in the country of Georgia residents, is among the worst standards of living, the OECD’s working poor especially poorly metric Georgia as fares. It is with a high school diploma last year, less than 85 percent of its workforce, may be due to low education attainment rates. 19 percent of the population lives below the poverty line. The 10 lowest employment rate, to the 13th lowest household income, the lowest voter turnout in the 22nd and 13th highest murder rate per capita.