|cost of living comparison chart by state||1.55||0.1||748||45|
Hawaii. Hawaii is the most expensive place to live in the U.S. as measured by regional price parity. The state is also the home of some of the nation's highest-priced housing, with average rent around $3,000 monthly and the average price of a home coming in at around $1 million.What state has the highest standard of living?
Minnesota has the highest standard of living, at least in terms of things money can buy (i.e., not weather). At the bottom are Washington D.C., Hawaii and California.What is the least expensive state to live in?
1. Mississippi. Advertising. One of the less densely populated states, Mississippi is one of the least expensive states to live in. With low per capita income, the state’s housing costs remain correspondingly low as well (the average home price of $199,028), making the cost of living affordable.