WalletHub just released its annual rankings of the most and least stressed-out states in America.
They look at 40 different factors, like health stats, job security, credit scores, divorce rates, and how many hours people have to work to make a living.
Louisiana is the most stressed-out state again. But the rest of the rankings have shifted a little from last year.
The ten states with the most stress are Louisiana . . . Mississippi . . . Arkansas . . . Kentucky . . . West Virginia . . . New Mexico . . . Alabama . . . Nevada . . . Alaska . . . and Oklahoma.
Minnesota is the least stressed-out state again, followed by Utah . . . Massachusetts . . . North Dakota . . . South Dakota . . . Iowa . . . New Hampshire . . . Wisconsin . . . Hawaii . . . and Montana.
Alaskans have the longest work week . . . people in South Dakota get the most sleep . . . Minnesota is the healthiest state overall . . . Arizona has the best job security . . .
Iowa has the most affordable housing . . . Nevada has the highest divorce rate . . . and Maine has the lowest crime rate per capita.