Georgia ranks as one of the worst states for millennials

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Looking for a place to start your career, millennials? Georgia may not be the best location to do it, according to WalletHub's best and worst states states for millennials ranking.
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The finance website came up with its results by analyzing the 50 states and Washington D.C. using 24 metrics across five categories: affordability, education and health, quality of life, economic health and civic engagement.

North Dakota earned first place, Minnesota came in second and South Dakota took third.

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Georgia’s poor education and health scores helped it fall to the bottom of the pack. The state was also No. 49 for lowest percentage of millennials with health insurance.

But it wasn’t the only southern place to rank low. Florida was No. 42, Alabama was No. 49 and Mississippi was No. 50.

Want to know how the other cities fared? Here’s a map of the findings.

Source: WalletHub