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Out of 150 of America’s largest cities, Philadelphia placed No. 139, according to a study conducted by WalletHub.

The list was based on three key dimensions: emotional and physical wellbeing, income and employment and community and environment. The analysts considered 30 relevant metrics, including suicide rates, poverty rates and divorce rates.

Of the top 10 happiest cities, eight were from California, with Fremont claiming the top spot. Sioux Falls, S.D. was ranked No. 5 and Washington, D.C. was ranked No. 10.

Pittsburg, the only other Pennsylvania city on the list, ranked No. 99 on the list.

Other notable cities listed include Los Angeles, Calif. as No. 36, Boston, Mass. as No. 55, and New York, N.Y. as No. 70.