Category Archives: Data analysis

More college degrees, not so great earnings

By | February 3, 2018

Not getting the bang for their credit. More and more people are going to college than ever before, but that doesn’t necessarily translate into earning growth. Does college degree help in earning higher salaries? This data from The Economist highlights the extent of over-education in US and other developed countries. Between 1970 and 2015, the number of college… Read More »

Power of your passport

By | January 8, 2018

Passport power. Number of countries that allow visa free entry (or visa on arrival) for various passports. Life of a traveler can be very different depending on what passport he or she holds. Germans can get into 161 different countries before applying for a visa, while those in US and Canada have that privilege to… Read More »

Oct 17, 2017 – US annual cost of housing

By | October 19, 2017

Oct 17. 2017. The biggest cut from your pay check. US annual cost of housing, 2016. US households spend one-third of their paycheck on housing, and the biggest expenses are mortgage, utilities, interest & property tax–in that order. On an average, a US household spends $1574 on housing every month. This includes everything one needs to… Read More »