D.C. is 15th-most stressful city
Washington ranks as the 15th-most stressful city among the nation’s 50 largest metros in a stress ranking from Portfolio.com, the Washington Business Journal reports.
Portfolio.com based its rankings on 10 factors it says could be measured objectively.
Those factors include unemployment, change in income, the number of residents living below the poverty level, the amount of sunshine, the ozone level, robbery and murder rates, mortgage affordability, commute times, population and the number of deaths from circulatory system-related diseases.
Read more about other cities' stress levels in the Washington Business Journal.
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