The last few years have been a challenge for those in the workforce. The pandemic, inflation, and the passing of state laws which affect women's rights — all of these factors and others directly affect workers. Oxfam released its annual survey, which looks at compensation and conditions for workers in each state, and ranked the best and worst states to work in right now. Scores are based on wage policies, worker protections, and the right to organize. Here are the top 10 states (including Washington, D.C.) followed by the bottom 10 states based on scores that factored in wage policies, worker protections, and rights to organize.