When the new year rolls around, who doesn’t have a fresh start on their mind? Although that means something different for everyone (if you’re like us, maybe that means no more donuts), many parents begin to feel the itch around January to relocate their family in search of better schools, commute, you name it.
Well, according to WalletHub’s latest study on 2017’s Best and Worst States to Raise a Family, there are a few states that rank higher than the rest of the country. The study took into account rankings for Family Fun, Health and Safety, Education and Childcare, Affordability, and Socioeconomics and here is what they found.
Best States for Families
Worst States for Families
District of Columbia
For the complete list of Best and Worst States to Raise a Family, head over to WalletHub or make a plan to start fresh and on top of it all with these 8 Planners to Help You Stay Organized in the New Year.