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Cleveland is the most stressed city in America, new study says

Cleveland is the most stressed city in America, according to new study

In a WalletHub study of more than 180 cities, none were more stressed than Cleveland.

CLEVELAND — Editor’s Note: The above video is from a previously published story about WalletHub and Cleveland.

We’ve all had to deal with stress, especially over the past 16 months during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

According to a new study by WalletHub, no city in America is having a more difficult time handling stress in 2021 than Cleveland. 

To calculate the rankings, WalletHub compared more than 180 cities across four dimensions using 41 key metrics. The four dimensions are Work Stress, Financial Stress, Family Stress, and Health & Safety Stress. The key metrics range from COVID-19 cases to average weekly work hours to divorce and suicide rates.

Cleveland was No. 1 in financial stress and family stress in the key dimensions, and No. 3 in health & safety stress. Among key metrics, Cleveland was No. 1 in poverty rate as well as divorce rate, plus No. 2 in lowest average hours of sleep per night. 

A recent study on stress by the American Psychological Association found that more than 6 in 10 adults have had undesired weight changes since the start of the pandemic, and 1 in 4 essential workers have been diagnosed with a mental health disorder.

Here are the Top 10 Most Stressed Cities in the U.S., according to WalletHub:

  1. Cleveland
  2. Detroit
  3. New Orleans
  4. Baltimore
  5. Newark
  6. San Bernardino, CA
  7. Birmingham, AL
  8. North Las Vegas, NV
  9. Philadelphia
  10. Memphis

The least-stressed city in America? South Burlington, Vermont.

Here’s how the rest of Ohio fared in the study:

  • No. 20 – Toledo
  • No. 22 – Akron
  • No. 26 – Cincinnati
  • No. 83 – Columbus

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