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The 7 Most Expensive States To Live In The U.S.

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The same salary can make you lead a better life in one state compared to another. The cost of living matters a lot if it comes to choosing the state to live in. if you have a modest salary, you should avoid living in these expensive states as you may end up leading a miserable life.

These states have been ranked based on their cost of living. The cost of living index data is obtained from the Missouri Economic Research and Information Centre.

Connecticut

CONNECTICUT

• Here the Cost of Living Index is 125.2
• The Grocery Index is 124
• The Housing Index is 136.1
• The Utilities Index is 116.3
• The Transportation Index is 119
• The Health Index is 120.4

California

CARLIFORNIA

• Here the Cost of Living Index is 127.1
• The Grocery Index is 113.6
• The Housing Index is 176.7
• The Utilities Index is 113.6
• The Transportation Index is 111.1
• The Health Index is 109.7

New Jersey

NEW JERSEY

• Here the Cost of Living Index is 127.6
• The Grocery Index is 108.2
• The Housing Index is 167.7
• The Utilities Index is 117.3
• The Transportation Index is 112.4
• The Health Index is 104.3

Alaska

ALASKA

• Here the Cost of Living Index is 131.8
• The Grocery Index is 128.4
• The Housing Index is 147
• The Utilities Index is 161.7
• The Transportation Index is 115
• The Health Index is 144.8

New York

NEW YORK

• Here the Cost of Living Index is 132.2
• The Grocery Index is 110.6
• The Housing Index is 193.3
• The Utilities Index is 106.8
• The Transportation Index is 112.9
• The Health Index is 103.0

Washington DC

Washington-DC

• Here the Cost of Living Index is 139.6
• The Grocery Index is 111.7
• The Housing Index is 249.4
• The Utilities Index is 97
• The Transportation Index is 103.7
• The Health Index is 95.9

Hawaii

HAWAIII

• Here the Cost of Living Index is 162.9
• The Grocery Index is 159.7
• The Housing Index is 213.1
• The Utilities Index is 227.8
• The Transportation Index is 125.3
• The Health Index is 113.3

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