- Healthcare is costly — but costs also vary tremendously based on where you live.
- Workers in some states paid potentially as little as $4,700 for healthcare in 2017, while costs in several other states topped $8,000, a report from The Commonwealth Fund found.
- Read on for the 10 most expensive states.
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Healthcare in the US is expensive, and the cost is increasing faster than wages are growing.