With low unemployment (4.8%) and high disposable income ($22,329), Juneau was recently ranked as the best state capital to live in (Smart Asset). Data was collected on all 50 state capitals to determine the cities with the highest and lowest quality of life. Frankly, I'm not surprised ranked number one - this city is pretty awesome. As for the other end of the spectrum, lo and behold you can find the capital of my home state, Montgomery, Alabama, (and a slew of other states) ranked at the bottom.
According to the report (couldn't have said it better myself):
Located in the Alaskan panhandle, Juneau is unique in a number of ways. Along with being the Northernmost state capital, it is the only capital city that is not connected to the rest of its state by direct roads—surrounded by glaciered mountains on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other, Juneau is reachable only by ferry or plane. That inconvenience has played a role in a decades-long debate over the possibility of moving the Alaskan capitol to a different city. The numbers indicate that the capitol is fine where it is, however; Juneau ranks first out of state capitals for dining and entertainment establishments, and second for disposable income. It also has the sixth lowest unemployment rate.
C'mon already and move here!