The salary you need to afford the average home in your U.S. state - Vivid Maps
Just the upper-middle class and above in the United States can allow owning even the mediocre house, most prominently in the Northeast and the West of the nation. Workers in a county with a median income per capita of $50,000 would have to pay 2 years' worth of salary to pay off a median house cost of $100,000.
Deloitte: Big data transforms public transport sector
The application of new technologies such as Big Data and Analytics will cause a mega transition within the public transport sector the coming years. The isolated and individualist transport system as we currently know it will gradually shift to
Consumer Price Index comparison of European countries in 2000 and 2017
The cost of living in the UK became a lot lower in the last 17 years compared with the EU average, according to a source from the OECD. The UK is with 117.4 still is above the EU average. The EU Average is 100. The UK fell from a stonking 137,3 in the year 2000. It is the only country in the study where consumer prices fell rather than increased in recent years. The European countries by the EU28 consumer price index in 2000 and 2017 is given as: Bulgaria - 31.5, 44.0 Romania - 35.0, 48.4…
The Countries Winning The Recycling Race [Infographic]
Across most developed nations, landfill still remains the primary means of waste disposal. Many countries are attempting to minimise the amount of waste going to incinerators and landfill sites by developing recycling programs. In OECD countries, at least, their efforts have had varying degrees of success. Take Germany as a shining [...]