Family income determines students’ university choices

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Large number of unwanted Christmas gifts to be returned

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US Companies hiring abroad: it is not about low wages

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The US Electric Grid continues to change: No new coal

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Credit invisibility is a significant issue in the US

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The typical car on the road in the U.S. is 11.5 years old

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Sony PS4s In The World More Than Double That of Robot Vacuums

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US Student Loans More Than China’s Total External Debt

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US Media: Mismatch between time spent and adspend

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India has 60.4 percent people without access to toilet

We spotted this stat today:

“Around 60 per cent of Indians do not have access to safe and private toilets, a new study has claimed.
A report titled ‘It’s No Joke – State of the World’s Toilets’ by WaterAid states that “If all 774 million people in India waiting for household toilets were made to stand in a line, the queue would stretch from Earth to the moon and beyond.”
According to the study released on the occasion of World Toilet Day on Thursday, the world’s second most populous nation has 60.4 per cent of its people without access to safe and private toilets.”

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