The personal-finance website WalletHub recently completed research to find the best and worst states for millennial workers.
After comparing all 50 states and the District of Columbia across 36 different metrics, Wisconsin was found to be the fifth-best state for the largest generation in the U.S. workforce.
The state was rated ninth in millennial unemployment rates, 10th in percentage of insured millennials and 16th in percentage of millennials living with parents.
Massachusetts topped the list, followed by DC, Washington, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
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