States Spending the Most and Least on Education
Based on the analysis, states in the Northeast tend to spend the most money per pupil, with New York (ranked #1) spending three times more per pupil than Utah (ranked #51).
The Best and Worst Paying Cities for Nurses
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States With the Highest (and Lowest) Homeownership Rates
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, homeownership in the U.S. declined steadily from the beginning of 2005 until the second quarter of 2016, bottoming out at 62.9%.
The 10 States with the Most Suspended/Revoked Licenses
Obvious reasons for suspension or revocation include serious crimes like vehicular homicide or drunk driving, though some states can suspend driving privileges over unpaid traffic or parking tickets.
States With the Largest Teacher Pay Gap
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the average annual salary of teachers in U.S. public elementary and secondary schools is $58,950.
How Buying Compares to Renting in Top Cities
In these cities, buying a home can be much more cost-effective than renting.
States That Don’t Pay Their Bills on Time
Generally, states in the South and West are worse off than Northeast and Midwest. Not surprisingly, the states with the lowest delinquency rates also tend to have the highest credit scores and vice versa.