JACKSON, Miss. – According to 24/7 Wallstreet, the capital city of Jackson is the most expensive in the state.
Some of the criteria used to determine the most expensive include the cost of housing, healthcare, food and luxury items.
Although Jackson is the most expensive city in the state, it’s still 8.5 percent cheaper then the national average.
The most expensive metro area in the country is Urban Honolulu, Hawaii, while Danville, Illinois the the least expensive.
Altogether, Mississippi has the lowest cost of living in the country, nearly 14 percent below the national average.