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Nearly 54.1 million Americans are enrolled in school — from kindergarten up to the 12th grade. The vast majority of them attend public schools, typically... [Read More]
Source: monkeybusinessimages / iStock Nearly 54.1 million Americans are enrolled in school — from kindergarten up to the 12th grade. The vast majority of them... [Read More]
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24/7 Wall Street created an index using the share of bridges, roads, and dams that are in a state of disrepair or potentially hazardous, to... [Read More]
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One of the most notable trends is the increasing participation of women in the workforce. In 2000, women held approximately 40.5 percent of all jobs... [Read More]
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 32% of American adults have a bachelor's degree, the largest percentage on record. Currently, more than 19 million Americans... [Read More]
Source: InnaPoka / iStockAccording to the U.S. Census Bureau, 32% of American adults have a bachelor's degree, the largest percentage on record. Currently, more than... [Read More]
2017 was a challenging year for many Americans. The well-being of the average American dropped more in 2017 than in any year since Gallup began... [Read More]
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24/7 Wall Street looked at 8 categories – crime, economy, education, environment, health, housing, infrastructure and leisure – to identify them.        ... [Read More]
Source: Sean Pavone / iStockThe average American adult with a bachelor's degree earns nearly $22,000 more per year than the average adult with just a... [Read More]
American commuters spend an average of 27 minutes getting to work, here's how much that adds up in expenses across the USA. [Read More]
American commuters spend an average of 27 minutes getting to work, here's how much that adds up in expenses across the USA.        ... [Read More]
24/7 Wall Street reviewed the excessive drinking rate in 381 U.S. metro areas to identify the 20 drunkest and 20 driest cities. The cities with... [Read More]
24/7 Wall Street reviewed the adult excessive drinking rate in 381 U.S. metro areas to identify the 20 drunkest (and 20 driest) cities. The cities... [Read More]
A family earning $422,000 a year ranks in top one percent nationwide. But as income levels vary by state, so does what it takes to... [Read More]
24/7 Wall Street reviewed 2017 data from the Census Bureau to identify the 42 metro areas where the typical household earns at least $70,000 annually.... [Read More]
24/7 Wall Street reviewed 2017 data from the US Census Bureau to identify 42 metro areas where the typical household earns less than $45,000 annually.... [Read More]
Source: KatarzynaBialasiewicz / iStockThe U.S. Census Bureau released its annual report on income and poverty in the United States earlier this week. Encouragingly, income of... [Read More]
Source: DGLimages / iStockAmerican commuters spend an average of 27 minutes getting to work. For the typical nine-to-fiver, time spent commuting adds up to about... [Read More]
Income inequality is a growing problem in the United States. Perhaps more evident now than in any time in recent memory, conspicuous consumption is juxtaposed... [Read More]
While the rich and poor often live side by side, in some American towns, serious financial hardship is a daily reality for most who live... [Read More]
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