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Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Mother's Day this Sunday

With Mother's Day this Sunday and more than 70 percent of moms with young children working today, WalletHub has released its report on 2018's Best and Worst States for Working Moms. In order to help ease the burden on "Women Who Work," particularly moms, WalletHub compared the attractiveness of each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia for a working mother based on 15 key metrics. The data set ranges from median women's salary to female unemployment rate to day-care quality.

Best States for Working Moms:

1. Vermont, 64.79
2. Minnesota, 61.93
3. Massachusetts, 58.29
4. District of Columbia, 57.80
5. Connecticut, 57.56
6. Rhode Island, 57.40
7. Maine, 54.00
8. New Jersey, 53.56
9. Delaware, 52.96
10. New York, 51.95

Worst States for Working Moms:

42. Texas, 39.14
43. Wyoming, 38.75
44. Georgia, 38.40
45. West Virginia, 37.49
46. Mississippi, 35.49
47. South Carolina, 34.71
48. Nevada, 33.94
49. Alabama, 32.12
50. Louisiana, 31.74
51. Idaho, 31.04

Lowest Gender Pay Gap (Women's earnings as a percentage of men's)

1. Vermont
T-2. California
T-2. New Mexico
4. District of Columbia
5. Oregon

Highest Gender Pay Gap (Women's earnings as a percentage of men's)

47. Alabama
48. Connecticut
49. New Hampshire
50. Wyoming
51. Utah

Highest Female Executive-to-Male Executive Ratio

1. South Dakota
2. Maine
3. District of Columbia
4. North Dakota
5. Montana

Lowest Female Executive to Male Executive Ratio

47. Texas
48. Alabama
49. South Carolina
50. Idaho
51. Utah

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