Source: Financial States of America
Thanks to the Innovation Daily blog, I saw this interesting interactive graphic that compares the financial status of every state, as well as Washington, D.C.
It measures median household income, gross domestic product, averaging home listings, the percentage of population that is millionaires, the poverty rate, health data, employment rate, tax burden and minimum wage for each state.
While there are no big surprises for Oklahoma, the graphic is mesmerizing because you can easily move state to state to compare data. The most striking stats for me: the average listing prices of homes in the northeast (and California). Yikes!