Most extraverted and introverted U.S. states

The most extraverted states in the U.S. are California and New York (50.9%). Texas, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey and Illinois are also more extraverted than introverted. Of the eight most populous U.S. states, six are more extraverted. The most introverted state in the U.S. is West Virginia (53.3%) accompanied by Maine (53.2%), Alaska and Wyoming (52.9%).

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The depopulation of European countries

The pandemic accelerated mortality growth in 2020 and subsequent years of a magnitude not seen since WWII in Western Europe or the partition of the USSR in Eastern Europe. As a result, life expectancy at birth dropped from 2019 to 2020 in 27 out of 29 nations. Males in the United States and Lithuania had the most significant losses in life expectancy at birth during 2020 (2.2 and 1.7 years, respectively).

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21 Best Maps of 2021

2021 is coming to an end. It’s time to recall the most popular and trending maps during year two of the COVID-19 pandemic. Together, they reflect what was of interest to our collective mind during an ongoing pandemic that greatly affected our habits, thinking, fears, and desires. Browse through the maps below to learn more about how our world will look like when the sea level rises, which country is the largest in the world based on the most suitable land area for human habitation, the geography of religion in Europe, and the distribution native tribes of North America. The most popular maps of the year 2021 range in order of increasing total views.

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Which U.S. States Can You Live More Comfortably On A Minimum Wage?

The minimum wage in U.S. states varies from $15.20 per hour in D.C. to $8.65 per hour in Florida. The minimum wage is more than 3/4 of the living cost in the bulk of the West Coast and New England. Most of the South and some Mountain states have it the worst, where minimum wage covers about 50% of the living costs.

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