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How Education Affects the United States of America
It’s said that it takes a community to raise a child, however, education may also play a crucial role. www.topeducationdegrees.com has created an interactive infographic entitled “How Education Affect... s the United States of America”, illustrating just how education levels can affect a number of social-economic factors. High school graduation rates are on the rise, but there is still progress to be made. States like New Jersey, Idaho, and Minnesota top the charts for high school graduation rates, whereas Alaska, New Mexico, and Louisiana have the lowest. When it comes to median household income, states along the eastern seaboard, such as Maryland, New Jersey, and Connecticut claim a few of the top spots. This infographic also shows which states have the highest food stamp income, with Utah, Wyoming, and North Dakota taking the lead. For residents of Utah, North Dakota, Idaho, D.C., and Minnesota, being a single parent is common. Those states top the chart for single-parent families. Credit card debt is another statistic that this infographic covers. The eastern seaboard has many of the highest credit card debt ratios. Education has a direct impact on violent crime rates, and nobody knows that better than the state of D.C., which has the highest rate of violent crime. Household size is also detailed on this chart, with states like D.C., Montana, and Vermont having the largest household sizes. Click on your state to see how it stacks up in any one of these categories. Surprised with the results? Comment, share, and like this infographic from www.topeducationdegrees.com entitled “How Education Affects the United States of America”.
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