Ranking the most beautiful city in the U.S. for everything from school systems to gas prices, real estate to debt levels, and even credit scores.
If you live in San Diego, then you’re probably incredibly proud of your scenic SoCal city, and vacationers flock to experience its beautiful bay and temperate climate. But is life in San Diego really all sunshine, ... Continue Reading →
San Diego may have a sizable population (1.37 million people), but it’s now also a young city, with 25% of residents 25 years old or younger. With a median age of only 34.9 years, there are a whole lot of Millennials just trying to make their way in the working world, as well as Gen Xers starting families.
It seems harder than ... Continue Reading →
If you’ve ever paid a visit to San Diego, you probably returned home praising the city for its beauty, perfect weather, and fun, active vibe.
It’s also a mixed bag when it comes to credit scores, debt levels, and other financial metrics, as San Diego is one of the most expensive cities to live in, leading ... Continue Reading →
If you’re like most people, you may answer “Too much!” or “A truck-load!” without knowing an actual number.
But, thanks to a yearly survey by the Department of Labor, we can now account for each category of spending for the whole year, both in real dollars and as a percent of the overall budget.
In fact, it’s estimated that the average U.S. consumer spent a total of $49,638 last year, or $4,136.50 monthly and approximately $138 per day!
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Time is a curious thing. Albert Einstein put it best when he talked about the relatively of time.
“When you sit with a nice girl for two hours, you think it’s only a minute, but when you sit on a hot stove for a minute, you think it’s two hours. That’s relativity.”
However, Einstein probably wasn’t alluding to the average workday when he said ... Continue Reading →
1. California has the largest economy of any state in the U.S. and would, by itself, make up the 6th largest economy in the world when competing with other countries.
2. There are 3.9 million small businesses operating in the state of California.
3. That’s a notable number because it constitutes 99.8% of all business in the Golden State.
4. According to the ... Continue Reading →