Where’s Ohio on the best and worst states for gender inequality list?

In 2015, the U.S. ranked 28th according to the World Economic Forum’s ranking of the most gender-equal countries.

According to the Center for American Progress, women “are only 25 percent of executive and senior level officials and managers, hold only 19 percent of board seats and are only 4.6 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs.”

WalletHub recently identified the most gender-equalitarian states by comparing 15 key metrics in light of Aug. 26, which is Woman’s Equality Day.

They analyzed aspects of the workplace environment, education and political empowerment.

Here are the top five highest ranking states:

1. Hawaii

Workplace environment rank: 1

Education rank: 1

Political empowerment rank: 1

2. Alaska

Workplace environment rank: 2

Education rank: 22

Political empowerment rank: 5

3. Maine

Workplace environment rank: 33

Education rank: 25

Political empowerment rank: 2

4. California

Workplace environment rank: 10

Education rank: 32

Political empowerment rank: 4

5. Vermont

Workplace environment rank: 5

Education rank: 26

Political empowerment rank: 8

40. Ohio

Workplace environment rank: 38

Education rank: 29

Political empowerment rank: 34