Has your state recovered from the Great Recession?

The Great Recession lasted from December 2007 to June 2009, but the effects were felt long after that. Unemployment during the Great Recession peaked in October 2009, while median home values reached their low in 2012. However, not every state was as affected by the recession as others.

Click through to see if your state is recovering from the effects of the Great Recession.

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Methodology: To determine how the Great Recession affected each state, GOBankingRates analyzed (1) wages based on Occupational Employment data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, (2) median home values based on Zillow data, (3) unemployment rate based on BLS Unemployment data and (4) labor force participation rate based on BLS Labor Force Participation data. Louisiana was excluded from this study due to insufficient data.

This article originally appeared on GOBankingRates.com: Has Your State Recovered From the Great Recession?