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Wallethub Study-Working Moms

Wallethub Study-Working Moms

2020’s Best & Worst States for Working Moms – WalletHub Study


Wallethub - May 7, 2020

With Mother’s Day around the corner and the unemployment rate rising faster for women than for men, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2020’s Best & Worst States for Working Moms, as well as accompanying videos.

In order to help ease the burden on mothers in the workforce, WalletHub compared the attractiveness of each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia for a working mother based on 17 key metrics. The data set ranges from median women’s salary to female unemployment rate to day-care quality.

Wallethub ranked South Dakota 12th in the nation. It ranked second in the nation for professional opportunities for working moms and 20th when it came to child care.
 

Best States for Working Moms Worst States for Working Moms
1. Massachusetts 42. Georgia
2. Minnesota 43. Nevada
3. Vermont 44. New Mexico
4. Connecticut 45. Oklahoma
5. District of Columbia 46. Idaho
6. New Jersey 47. West Virginia
7. Rhode Island 48. South Carolina
8. Maine 49. Alabama
9. New Hampshire 50. Mississippi
10. Wisconsin 51. Louisiana

 
Best vs. Worst

  • New York has the highest day-care quality score, 116, which is five times higher than in Idaho, the lowest at 23.
     
  • Mississippi has the lowest child-care costs as a share of the median women’s salary, 12.26 percent, which is 2.6 times lower than in Nebraska, the highest at 32.13 percent.
     
  • The District of Columbia has the highest ratio of female executives to male executives, 71.00 percent, which is 2.6 times higher than in Utah, the lowest at 27.46 percent.
     
  • Maryland has the lowest share of single-mom families with children younger than 18 in poverty, 25.00 percent, which is 1.9 times lower than in West Virginia, the highest at 48.60 percent.
     
  • Minnesota has the highest median annual women’s salary (adjusted for cost of living), $46,355, which is 1.5 times higher than in New York, the lowest at $30,056.


To view the full report and your state or the District’s rank, please visit: 
https://wallethub.com/edu/best-states-for-working-moms/3565/   



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