A new study from 24/7 Wall St. is reporting that Louisiana has one of the lowest median family incomes in the country.

The study took into account each state's cost of living and many other factors.

To be considered middle income in Louisiana the range is $22,916 to $112,915.  Louisiana's median family income is $61,847.

Many of the states surrounding Louisiana are on the lower end of the spectrum as well.

10 States with the Lowest Median Family Income

  1. Mississippi -- $57,380
  2. West Virginia -- $57,718
  3. Arkansas -- $58,080
  4. New Mexico -- $58,760
  5. Louisiana -- $61,847
  6. Kentucky -- $62,228
  7. Alabama -- $63,837
  8. Oklahoma -- $64,082
  9. Tennessee -- $65,656
  10. South Carolina -- $65,742

10 States with the Highest Median Family Income

  1. Massachusetts -- $101,548
  2. Maryland -- $101,437
  3. New Jersey -- $101,404
  4. Connecticut -- $98,100
  5. Hawaii -- $95,448
  6. New Hampshire -- $93,930
  7. Alaska -- $89,847
  8. Minnesota -- $89,039
  9. Colorado -- $88,955
  10. Virginia -- $88,929