Did you know March is National Women's History Month? What better way to celebrate, than by finding out which states are the best and worst for women. 

Wallethub.com is back with another ranking of states. This time around their data team used 19 key indicators of living standards for women.The data ranges from median earnings for female workers to women’s preventive health care, and female homicide rate.

Minnesota comes in at number 1 with a total score of 78.37, 1st is women's economics and social well being, and 5th in women's health and safety. Minnesota also came in the top 5 with the lowest unemployment rate for women (4th), lowest high school dropout rate (2nd), highest percentage of women who voted (4th), lowest female uninsured rate (5th), and highest women's life expectancy at birth (2nd).

Wisconsin sneaked in at the number 6 spot with a 71.79, 4th in women's economics, and 10th in women's health.

Source: WalletHub

Here's the top 10:

  1. Minnesota
  2. Vermont
  3. North Dakota
  4. Massachusetts
  5. New Hampshire
  6. Wisconsin
  7. Maine
  8. Hawaii
  9. Iowa
  10. Connecticut

Let know what you think in the comments below about Minnesota being the number state for women to live in. Happy National Women's Month and you can see the entire list here.