Using data on everything from unemployment rates to commute times, CNNMoney ranked 55 major metro areas on the stressors residents face in their daily lives.
From sky-high rents and gridlocked traffic to widespread poverty and unemployment, residents in these cities have a lot to stress about.
Want to get away from it all? These cities offer shorter workdays, a low cost of living, sunshine and healthier living.
Restaurant kitchen managers, vet techs, daycare directors... they all share one thing in common: Each day they take on a great deal of stress but don't get paid much for doing so.
From going to bed hungry to running from debt collectors, the nation's poorest are stressed out in ways most of us can't imagine.
Just because you make seven -- or eight -- figures, doesn't mean you live on Easy Street. The rich are just as stressed about money as the rest of us. Here are five things that keep the 1% up at night.