These Cities Will Be Deserts by the End of the Century

These Cities Will Be Deserts by the End of the Century Regardless of opinions on the cause, there is no doubt that the weather in America is changing. Arctic sea ice is melting fast, oceans levels are rising and heat waves are becoming more intense. Some areas that are now warm and dry will become … Continue reading These Cities Will Be Deserts by the End of the Century

The 30 most fun places to live in the U.S.

The 30 most fun places to live in the U.S. When you think about moving to a new city, it's not just the job opportunities and affordability that come into play – you also want to be sure you'll enjoy living there. For that reason, we came up with a list of the Most Fun … Continue reading The 30 most fun places to live in the U.S.

State economies most and least impacted by immigration

~ interesting find I came across while reading this morning, enjoy ~ he heated debate in the United States over immigration often raises questions about the economic value—or cost—of the nation's immigrants. Some policymakers blame foreign-born workers for taking coveted jobs and slowing wage growth. Others argue that immigrants in the workforce fuel innovation; bring … Continue reading State economies most and least impacted by immigration

These 12 U.S. Towns Will Transport You to Another Country

Who wants to Road Trip with me?? A Visit to One of These 12 U.S. Towns Will Transport You to Another Country Why endure a 14-hour flight when you can experience foreign culture in these American towns? From a Dutch windmill to stunning Spanish Colonial architecture, it turns out America is loaded with exotic pockets … Continue reading These 12 U.S. Towns Will Transport You to Another Country

Labor Day

A little history for you on the Union started holiday. Enjoy, and thank a union member 😉  

Home sales slow as prices race to record highs

Home sales slow as prices race to record highs U.S. home sales fell unexpectedly in June, posting their third straight monthly decline as a persistent shortage of properties on the market drove house prices to a record high. The report on Monday from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) added to last week's soft homebuilding … Continue reading Home sales slow as prices race to record highs

This Is The Wage You Need to Live Alone Anywhere in the U.S.

This Is The Wage You Need to Live Alone Anywhere in the U.S. (Image credit: Pablo Enriquez) Share Pin It Email 35 If you live in a major city and don't make six-figures, you probably live with one or more roommates. And, of course, you probably wish every day that you could move to the … Continue reading This Is The Wage You Need to Live Alone Anywhere in the U.S.

States Drinking the Most Beer

~ Good thing these numbers were taken before the World Cup and that the World Cup in CA begins at 5am, otherwise the numbers would have been way higher 😉 ~ States Drinking the Most Beer Despite shifting tastes among millennials, beer remains the most popular alcoholic beverage in the United States. It is the … Continue reading States Drinking the Most Beer

The best and worst states for first-time homebuyers

The best and worst states for first-time homebuyers Many Americans have delayed purchasing their first home thanks to the fallout from the housing crash that began in 2007. Now, over a decade later, home prices and values have recovered in many areas across the country. First-time homebuyers need to act promptly before they get priced … Continue reading The best and worst states for first-time homebuyers