NEW JERSEY – According to the Happiest States in the US — a study conducted by market research firm TOP Data that measures levels of happiness, based on 7 key indicators ranging from Personal Finance, Leisure Activities, and Mental Health—people in New Jersey live in one of the happiest states.
Despite ranking #35 in employment, the state ensures the second best working conditions and one of the highest average incomes in the country, also having one of the lowest rates of depression.
These are the results for New Jersey:
(Ranking in descending order, with #1 considered the best and #50 the worst)
#22 Leisure Activities
#5 Mental Health
#21 Personal Finance
#18 Personal Relationships
#6 Physical Health
#4 Social Policies
For the complete study and methodology, or additional details about the Happiest States in the US, click here.