Slideshow: Best and worst US cities for veterans to live in

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When veterans return to America, readjusting to civilian life can be a difficult obstacle to overcome. A new study released by Wallet Hub found out that these readjustments can be alleviated or exacerbated depending on where a veteran lives. When veterans return to America, readjusting to civilian life can be a difficult obstacle to overcome. A new study released by Wallet Hub found out that these readjustments can be alleviated or exacerbated depending on where a veteran lives.

(Meredith) – When veterans return to America, readjusting to civilian life can be a difficult obstacle to overcome. A new study released by Wallet Hub found out that these readjustments can be alleviated or exacerbated depending on where a veteran lives.

Their study looked at the top 100 largest cities in America and took the following factors into consideration:

  • Employment
  • Economy
  • Quality of Life
  • Health

The cities were awarded points based on these factors. Through this point system, Wallet Hub was able to determine the top 100 best and worst cities for veterans.

In our slideshow at the top of the story, we’ve provided the top 20 best (1-20) and bottom 20 worst (80-100) cities for veterans.

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Source: WalletHub

Want more on how Wallet Hub came to their conclusion? Click here for their full methodology.

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