"U.S. News & World Report" looked at 68 different stats to figure out the best and worst states to live in. They factored in everything from jobs and infrastructure, to crime and education.

Getty Images

They found that the best state is Massachusetts. It has the best education system, the second-best healthcare system, and the fifth-best economy.

Here are the top ten states overall:

  1. Massachusetts.
  2. New Hampshire.
  3. Minnesota.
  4. North Dakota.
  5. Washington.
  6. Iowa.
  7. Utah.
  8. Maryland.
  9. Colorado.
  10. Vermont.

Louisiana ranked last, just behind Mississippi, Arkansas, Alabama, and New Mexico.

Read more at U.S. News.