In MoneyRates.com's 10 best/worst places for making a living, Idaho ranks slightly below mid-pack, at No. 32, with an average adjusted income of $34,393.37. Idaho is also in the middle of Northwest states. Washington ranks No. 2 with an average adjusted income of $41,455.73. And Wyoming is No. 11 at $37,699.79. Meanwhile, Montana is No. 48 with an average adjusted income of $29,495.73; Oregon, No. 45, $30,343.10. Adjusted average income is the average income for each state after taking into account state taxes, unemployment rates and cost of living. You can see the full list here (thanks to JT who posted it in the comments section).
Question: Can you make a better living elsewhere?