New Jersey has some of the unhappiest employees in the US, study says

If you're dreading going into work today, you're not alone.
A study by HR technology company SelectSoftware Reviews found that employees in New Jersey are some of the unhappiest in the country.
The Garden State ranks at No. 9 in a list of states with the most unhappy workers. Neighboring New York also made the list, ranking it at No. 5, while Georgia faces challenges with the worst job satisfaction, the survey says.
The study looked at wages, injuries, commute, work times, PTO and the amount of people quitting.
So, where are the happiest workers? Alaska was crowned the winner. The survey says the state excels for annual wages, commute rates, according to the survey.

The 10 U.S. states with the happiest employees:

1. Alaska
2. Rhode Island
3. North Dakota
4. Colorado
5. Minnesota
6. Nebraska
7. Maine
8. Ohio
9. Arizona
10. Indiana

The 10 U.S. states with the unhappiest employees:

1. Georgia
2. Texas
3. Florida
4. South Carolina
5. New York
6. Alabama
7. Pennsylvania
8. Virginia
9. New Jersey
10. New Mexico