Is it a man's world? Maybe in this Alabama city.

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The research site WalletHub has released its study on the best and worst cities for women across the U.S.

Where Did Alabama Rank?

Several Alabama cities were the list, and they didn't do so well...Huntsville was the best (122), followed by Montgomery (157) and Birmingham (169). Come on, folks...

Let's hop back up the list and see check out the BEST cities in the country. Here are the top ten:

  1. Columbia, Maryland
  2. South Burlington, Vermont
  3. Irvine, California
  4. Fremont, California
  5. Santa Clarita, California
  6. Seattle, Washington
  7. Gilbert, Arizona
  8. Overland Park, Kansas
  9. Yonkers, New York
  10. Pearl City, Hawaii

For the study, WalletHub compared 182 different cities using 15 separate measurements. These measurements were split in two categories:

  • Women's Economic & Social Well-being
    • Job security
    • Number of women-owned businesses
    • etc
  • Women's Healthcare & Safety
    • Quality of women's hospitals
    • Number of physically active women
    • etc

So which Alabama city stuck out as the worst? The one and only Mobile, Alabama.

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Mobile, AL

Out of the 182 cities examined, Mobile ranked 174...better than only 8 other cities. Yikes.

The city ranked particularly low in the percentage of women-owned businesses. I looked up a list and it had about 10...shoutout to Mobile Ballet.

Courtesy of Mobile Ballet via Facebook
Courtesy of Mobile Ballet via Facebook

Mobile Ballet

At least we're above the worst city on the list: Jackson, Mississippi.

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