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Oklahoma Ranked One of the Worst States for Women

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In honor of Women's History Month, WalletHub compiled data from across the country in their annual study of Best and Worst States for Women report. Thirteen key metrics were analyzed ranging from health care and life expectancy to income and unemployment rates. The study ranked Oklahoma 48th on the list, making it one of the worst states in the country for females. Here is how Oklahoma ranked in each of the 13 categories:

Women’s Quality of Life in Oklahoma (1=Best, 25=Avg.): 

27th – Median Earnings for Females (Adjusted for Cost of Living)
15th – Unemployment Rate for Women
37th – % of Women Living in Poverty
45th – Share of Women-Owned Businesses
16th – High School Dropout Rate for Women
48th – % of Women Who Voted in the 2012 Presidential Election
45th – Female Uninsured Rate
47th – Women’s Life Expectancy at Birth
48th – Top-Rated Women’s Hospitals Score
45th – Women’s Preventive Health Care

Find the full report here

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