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The Cost of Living in the U.S. – During a Pandemic

Encompassing 50 states and six time zones, the country is so vast that its regions can be understood as different economies. Salaries, prices, and the cost of living all vary from one area to another. In general, the cost of

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City Spotlight: Indianapolis

The city of Indianapolis is a key industrial, commercial and transportation center in the U. S. Midwest. It is commonly referred to as the ‘Crossroads of America,’ thanks to its easy accessibility from a wide variety of locations. Visitors to

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The Price of Life in the U.S.

Encompassing 50 states and six time zones, the United States is so vast that its regions can be understood as different economies. Salaries, prices and the cost of living all vary from one area to another. In general, the cost

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Atlanta’s Hot Job Market

Despite its Southern flair, the city of Atlanta, Georgia, has always been more of a commercial city than an antebellum monument. Its diverse economy, top-notch educational institutions, and young, educated workforce provide an inviting venue for both multinational corporations and

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Living Large in LA

As home to Disneyland, the Grammy Awards, Hollywood Boulevard, and the Academy Awards, Los Angeles (“LA” for short) is often called “Tinseltown.” This city is world-famous for its entertainment industry and, in particular, movie production. The area is home to

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Employment Outlook: San Diego

Ranked one of the best places to live in the U.S., San Diego boasts an excellent climate, varied job opportunities and a healthy economy among its many attributes. By Mary Anne Thompson, founder and president, Goinglobal, Inc. San Diego, California,

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Living and Working in NYC

New York City is the largest regional economy in the United States. Home to the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ, the financial sector of Wall Street plays a giant role in the city’s economy. This is also a center

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Working in Chicago

Chicago is the third-largest city in the US. From its beginnings as a small trading post at the mouth of the Chicago River to the international metropolis it is today, Chicago has long been characterized by its diverse and hardworking

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Working in the U.S.

Residents of the United States of America typically idealize and follow a national ethos known as ‘The American Dream,’ a belief that anyone who works hard enough will prosper financially and socially. Indeed, it is a common belief among American

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