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  • Overview of USA data including demographics, home prices, rent, purchasing power, and crime.
  • USA Cost of Living Breakdown: Utilities (energy, water, internet, gas), phone, and subscriptions.
  • USA Crime Statistics: Population, Overall Crime Rate, Breakdown by Violent & Non-Violent Crimes
  • Job growth rate, unemployment rate, job openings, average wage, and labor force participation
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  • State, local, and combined sales tax rates
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Overview of the USA

Homes in the United States are priced at $495,100, and average annual income is $59,428 at $28.34/hr. The United States has a moderate property crime rate of 19.54 incidents per 1,000 people.

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Average rent is now $1,599 per month in 2024, 58.63% higher than 2010. Between the years 2020 and 2024 inflation was 21.1%, a 40-year high.

50% of renters are now spending more than the recommended 30% of their income on rent.

Cost of Living in the USA

The average monthly cost of living expenses in the United States including: energy, internet, phone bills and miscellaneous expenses.

Crime in the USA

Typical crime rates in the United States including: Crime Rate Per 100k Residents, Violent Crime Per 100k Residents, and Non-Violent Crime Per 100k Residents.

Jobs in the USA

Key job metrics including: Unemployment Rate, Average Wage, and Labor Force Participation.

Taxes in the USA

Tax rates including: state, local, and combined sales tax rate.

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