Another economic study, another middling result for N.J.

New Jersey’s done it again.

It has once again found itself in the middle of the pack, performing unimpressively, when it comes to rankings released by personal-finance website WalletHub.

On Wednesday, WalletHub released its 2019 Most Independent States study, and New Jersey ranked 23rd.

The website’s data team compared all 50 states on five criteria: consumer finances, government, the job market, international trade and personal vices.

New Jersey ranked No. 4 in personal vices and No. 6 in government — not necessarily good things — but finished a meager 31st in consumer finances, 37th in international trade and 48th in job market.

All five factors were weighted evenly and given the same degree of importance, resulting in a total score of 55.54 out of 100 for the Garden State.

New Jersey was tied with Kansas for having the third-highest percentage of adults with gambling disorders.

However, there is some good news.

WalletHub also had the state at No. 4 for highest median household income (adjusted by cost of living) and as the third-least federally-dependent state in the country.