93% of dads with kids under 18 are employed, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. So it's REALLY important to find a way to achieve some kind of work-life balance.
A new study ranked the states from the best place for working dads to the worst. They used 22 factors, including the length of the average work day and commute . . . childcare costs . . . school quality . . . and men's overall health.
The 10 best states for working dads are: Connecticut . . . Minnesota . . . Vermont . . . Massachusetts . . . New Jersey . . . Rhode Island . . . Delaware . . . Wisconsin . . . New Hampshire . . . and Utah.
And the bottom 10 are: Mississippi . . . Nevada . . . West Virginia . . . New Mexico . . . Louisiana . . . Alabama . . . Idaho . . . Arkansas . . . Georgia . . . and Arizona.(WalletHub)