Colorado was recently named the fifth happiest state in the U.S., according to a study by the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. Colorado was joined with Hawaii, Wyoming, North Dakota, and Alaska. The states that were deemed the least happiest were West Virginia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Alabama. Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index looked at six categories to judge overall happiness including:

  1. How you are doing now and expect to be doing in five years
  2. Overall emotional health
  3. Job satisfaction
  4. Physical health
  5. Healthy behavior
  6. Doctor accessibility
  7. Community satisfaction

Relocating to Denver is a wise choice if you are looking for a place that has vast business opportunities, low cost of living, numerous recreational activities with world-class skiing and sports teams, and affordable housing. For those still deciding whether Denver is right for them, here is a Relocation Guide that features all you need to know about business/employment, arts and culture, annual events, dining, places of worship, and more.

Please give me a call to schedule a tour of available homes in Metro Denver that have all you need and more to join the happy residents of Colorado.

Source: 9 News
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