It seems like the cost of living continue to rise, but some places it’s worse than others.

CNBC has created a list of the most expensive states to live. It looked at the average home price, cost of milk and ground beef, monthly energy bill rates and how much a typical appointment with a doctor costs.

Hawaii finished first on the list, edging out Alaska, while Oklahoma came in as the cheapest state to call home.

10 Most Expensive States to Live

1. Hawaii
2.
Alaska
3.
Connecticut
4.
New York
5.
New Jersey
6.
California
7.
Rhode Island
8.
Massachusetts
9.
Maryland
10.
Vermont

10 Least Expensive States to Live

1. Oklahoma
2.
Tennessee
3.
(tie) Idaho
3.
(tie) Kentucky
5.
Nebraska
6.
Indiana
7.
(tie) Arkansas
7.
(tie) Kansas
9. Texas
10.
Mississippi

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