Study in The U.S.A
The United States of America, which was once known as a global superpower has now become quite popular for its ethnical and cultural diversity. With a wide range of geography and climate, it is the home of a variety of wildlife. Having the world’s largest national economy makes it a really lucrative destination for people all over the world to work and study in.
Being the world’s second largest exporter of goods such as integrated circuits and cars, the US revels in an abundance of natural resources coupled with a highly productive workforce, which further boosts its economy. Add to this the fact that the US has always remained a leader in scientific research and technological innovation.
Consisting of 50 states with its capital being Washington D.C., the population of USA is 315 million, with no official language although English and Spanish are spoken throughout. The most preferred cities to live are Newton, Massachusetts; Bellevue, Washington; Evanston, Illinois; Pleasanton, California. The economy covers everything from manufacturing and agriculture to advance technologies. The climate ranges from humid continental in the northern areas to humid subtropical in the Gulf and south Atlantic regions.