Top 10 Native Facts about America

Top 10 Native Facts about America

The United States of America (USA), commonly known as the United States (U.S. or US) or America, is a country mostly located in central North America, between Canada and Mexico. It consists of 50 states, a federal district, five major self-governing territories, and various possessions.[i] At 3.8 million square miles (9.8 million km2). so the most Native Facts about America.

1. The majority of American models are skinnier than 98% of American women.

  • The average American woman is 5’4″ tall and weighs 140 pounds. The average American model is 5’11″ tall and weighs 117 pounds. Most fashion models are thinner than 98% of American women. This is the Native Facts about America.

2. North Dakota has more national wildlife refuges (62) than any other state.

  • North Dakota has 63 wildlife refuges – more than any other state. In the nation – and most offer visitors services. These are just a sampling of some of North Dakota’s site to enjoy nature at its finest.

3. Most American car horns honk in the key of F.

  • Most American car horns beep in the key of F, a listener with a good ear can tell a domestic-made car from a foreign-made car by listening to its horn.

4. The last homestead to be award under the Homestead Act was in 1988 to Kenneth Deardorff, who originally filed for his 80-acre parcel on the Stony River in Alaska in 1974.

5. In the USA, 32% of employees eat lunch and work at the same time.

  • Typically lunchtime in the US is anywhere between 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM. This may not be generalized, but for the most part, people tend to allot around 30 min for their lunchtime. Typically, people go out for a quick lunch or bring in their lunch boxes from home.

6. 1 out of 350,000 Americans gets electrocuted in their life.

7. The average projected lifespan.

  • Those born in Hawaii in the year 2000 is 79.8 years (77.1 years if male; 82.5 if female),   longer than the residents of any other state.

8. The majors with the best pay include Engineering, Economics, and Physics.

  • The American Institute of Physics (AIP) points out: “Physics bachelors who get hired into positions with engineering or computer science job titles get paid the same salary as those who earned bachelor’s degrees in those fields.  A physics degree tells a prospective employer that you are a person who has the background, knowledge, and drive to succeed in a broad range of scientific or technical fields.”

9. On average Americans spend 18% of their income on transportation.

  • The CE shows that households in the United States spent an average of $9,737 on transportation in 2017, making transportation the second-largest household expenditure category (representing 17.4 percent of total expenditures) after housing.

10. In 1913, women in Alaska were granted the right to vote—six years ahead of the 19th Amendment.

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