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The U.S. economy took a major hit the past year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but certain states handled the crisis differently and are contributing more to the nation’s GDP than others.
Which state economies are in the best and worst shape in 2021?
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WalletHub compared all 50 states, as well as Washington D.C., across 29 key economic factors, including GDP growth and unemployment rate to come with a ranking.
Here are the states with the best economies and those contributing most to overall GDP.
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