NEW JERSEY - The Garden State ranks in the top five of the happiest places in the United States.
WalletHub's annual list found that New Jersey is the fifth happiest state.
According to WalletHub, they examined the 50 states across 31 key metrics, ranging from depression rate to sports participation rate to income growth. They found that money doesn't drive happiness, but happiness can increase with an annual income of $75,000 to $95,000.
New Jersey came in second in emotional and physical well-being and lowest suicide rate.
Hawaii was ranked the happiest state while West Virginia was ranked the unhappiest state.
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