In a recent article, National Geographic argued that the United States is the “best place” to live, while Canada and Australia were “dead last.”
The article cited a 2012 report by the United Nations, which ranked the U.S. No. 1 on the list.
In an interview with Business Insider, John Schulte, CEO of the Pew Research Center, explained that while the United Kingdom was ranked No. 3 on the report, the U:S.
is number one because of its strong economy.
He also noted that the US. also had the highest percentage of residents living in urban areas.
In a separate article, Business Insider also highlighted that the American middle class is growing faster than other parts of the world, but the country also suffers from its slow growth in other metrics.
The U.K. and Australia ranked third and fourth respectively.
According to Schultes research, the average income in the U of A is $72,600 a year.
But while the U,A., and Australia are on the lower end of the income spectrum, Schultis says that there are still plenty of people living in these countries who are making very well.
“We are seeing a tremendous rise in the American economy,” Schultees said.
Schultee, however, cautions that many Americans are still struggling.
“When you look at the United State as a whole, the median income is still the lowest in the world,” he said.
“But there is still tremendous opportunity in the middle of the US, especially in the Northeast, where there are lots of opportunities for those who are looking to start their own businesses.”
The U:s Economy in Numbers 1.1 Million people work in the United Sates economy in 2014, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
2.2% of U. S. workers are employed full time.
Source: Bureau of Census Bureau, US Census Bureau.
2% of American workers work in manufacturing and are employed in manufacturing.
Source : Bureau of Statistics.
3.7% of Americans own their own home.
Source and full article: Bureau on Housing and Urban Development.
4.1% of adults in the US have a college degree.
Source, full article, and full list: Bureau for Economic Analysis.
5.3% of the U S population is unemployed.
5% of US workers are married.
8.4% of households with a net worth of more than $10 million had incomes below $15,000 in 2015.
Source , full article and full data source: Federal Reserve.
7.6% of people in the UK have a bachelor’s degree or higher.
Source ; full article.
6.6 percent of US adults had a high school diploma or less.
Source 2.6 million people work as cashiers in restaurants, cafes, or fast-food establishments in the USA.
Source source : Food Industry Association.
8.2 million people live in a two-person household.
Source 4.6.1 million Americans are employed as cashier or waiters in restaurants or cafes.
Source 5.4 million Americans work in retail stores.
Source 7.4.6 Million people live with a single parent or in a household headed by someone other than a married couple.
Source 8.3.2 Million Americans work as sales associates in restaurants.
Source 10.3 million Americans have worked in a retail store for 10 or more years.
Source 12.1.2 Billion Americans live in households headed by a single individual.
Source 16.1 billion people in North America, including 10 million in the South, have an annual household income over $1 million.
Source 17.4 billion people live within 20 miles of a public transit system.
Source 18.9 billion people are employed by retail or wholesale businesses.
Source 19.4 percent of American households are headed by an individual who has a college education.
Source 20.2 percent of Americans are currently employed part time or part-time at an hourly wage.
Source 21.4 of all adults in a US household has a household income of $50,000 or less per year.
Source 22.3 percent of U S households have a household member who has an undergraduate degree.
Source 24.2 billion people work at home.
Source 27.5 million Americans live with an elderly relative.
Source 30.4 millions of Americans work at a retail outlet.
Source 36.9 million Americans make a minimum wage or less in a given year.
Source 37.3 billion Americans live at home, with an individual earning at least $1,400 per week.
Source 42.7 million people make more than the poverty line in 2016.
Source 44.4 to 46.3 trillion people in all of the nations population in 2015 and 2014 had a household gross income of more then $1.7 trillion or more.
Source 47.5 trillion people are unemployed or underemployed