News New York is the 2nd-most stressed out city In this picture, people cross the street during a heavy rainstorm on Oct. 7, 2013 in Manhattan. Looks like nearly everyone here is prepared with an umbrella, except the one man who is using a bag of some sort to keep his hair from getting too wet. Look carefully to the top right. Here is hoping that's a flag made for bad weather. Unless it's an all-weather flag, it should be put away. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Andrew Burton May 7, 2014 5:27 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email New York is the second-most stressed out city in the United States, according to a list released by real estate blog Movoto. Out of seven categories used to determine city stress levels, New York ranked No. 1 in three of them: commute time, percentage of income devoted to rent and population density. New York's 8 million residents have a 44-minute commute time, on average, and are crammed in with 27,092 people per square mile, according to Movoto. Residents here spend an average of 38% of their annual income on rent. The other categories are high cost of living, unemployment, crime per 100,000 residents and hours worked. Movoto got its data from the census and the FBI. Here's the list of stressed-out cities: 1) Washington, D.C.2) New York, New York3) Miami, Florida4) San Francisco, California5) Jersey City, New Jersey6) Oakland, California7) Chicago, Illinois8) Newark, New Jersey9) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania10) Los Angeles, California Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.