The career expert website, Zippia, has released its list of the happiest place in each state. (Photo: ihill.org/l)
The happiest place in each state (Photo: Zippia.com)
INDIAN HILL, OH (FOX19) -
The career expert website, Zippia, has released its list of the happiest place in each state.
In Ohio that place was the Village of Indian Hill.
Here’s what criteria went into making the list: Being well educated, having a job, a short commute to work, low cost of living, having a family, owning a home, and the poverty rate.
That’s how they came up with Indian Hill being the happiest place in Ohio.
Coincidentally, Indian Hills near Louisville was the happiest place in Kentucky.
Data collected showed that Forsyth was the happiest place In Indiana.
Overall the happiest place in the U.S. was Frontenac, Missouri , a small town near St. Louis. The town with just 3,512 residents are the most insured, married, and employed folks in the U.S. They also have a pretty short commute: about 17 minutes.