Fascinating. And here’s the Canadian version that shows the top 3 languages spoken aside from English or French. The most common are Chinese, German, and Arabic
This is an interesting infographic on how American cities compare economically to major world nations: Click to embiggen The greater New York metro, far and away America’s la
All the points of travel start at New York City. By 1930 with the advent of railroads, What took 2 weeks in the 1800s, was now only 1 day. Can you imagine? Now it’s hours. S
The only data I’ve been able to get for all the countries at once, is for the year 2010. Luckily, it isn’t so far off from 2013, and the savings rates at a quick glance
Canada versus U.S.? Canada wins.
It goes without saying that 5% of a budget varies greatly, so here are some numbers to keep in mind: 5% of $150,000 = $7500 5% of $70,000 = $3500 5% of $20,000 = $1000 The percenta
Fantastic post over at NPR about where Americans spend their money. They took all the data and created these two crystal clear graphs: WHAT AMERICANS SPEND THEIR MONEY ON (2011) S