These Are The 10 Worst Cities In Georgia For 2017

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2. Cedartown

Cedartown, Georgia

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Source: Wikipedia

Population: 9,781
Home Values: $85,000 (14th worst)
Unemployment Rate: 16.1% (12th worst)
You might have passed through Cedartown once and probably throught it seems to be a relatively quiet, clean place.

Here’s what science says about why Cedartown needs some love: The unemployment rate is nearly 16.1%, residents earn about $26,897 a year, and home prices are just over $85,000. Across the board, those are in the bottom half in the state. Not absolutely horrible, but not desirable, either.

And there simply isn’t anything to do in Cedartown.

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