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:
- How you are doing now and expect to be doing in five years
- Overall emotional health
- Job satisfaction
- Physical health
- Healthy behavior
- Doctor accessibility
- 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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