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To kick off our compilation, Atmore takes the unfortunate title of the most unlivable city in Alabama. This small town faces significant challenges, evident in its poverty rate, which surpasses the state average by more than double. The limited availability of employment opportunities contributes to this issue. The median annual household income paints a grim picture at a mere $25,211, starkly contrasting with the national average of $64,994. Consequently, Atmore has witnessed a decline in population by 6% over the past five years. Furthermore, Niche reviewers have expressed dissatisfaction with the lack of engaging activities in the area, especially concerning providing meaningful options for keeping children away from potential troubles.

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