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The 150 Electric Cars With the Longest Range in 2022

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I’m sure you have seen more and more electric cars driving around your city and more and more EV charging stations popping up around town. The electric car is even more in the spot light today due to record high gas prices. Unlike conventional gasoline or diesel vehicles, electric cars and trucks forego the use of fuel and use electricity from batteries instead. A much cheaper option that also helps the environment with harmful CO2 emissions. Not all EVs work in the same fashion. Some models are considered ‘hybrids’ that can be run on both fuel or electric. Some EVs don’t leave the option for fuel and are plugged in to recharge. There are also different types of batteries, some EVs are run on traditional electric powered batteries while others use hydrogen fuel cells. Electric vehicle technology has come a long way in recent years, particularly in terms of electric vehicle range. Today’s EVs can travel over 500 miles (800 km) on a single charge.

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This electric car range visualization by the creative team at Dewesoft.com shows the top 150 electronic vehicles ranked by range. Lucid Motors is not only at the top of the list but also ranked throughout. The company was founded in 2007 in California and they have many models that appear in top spots the list including: Lucid Air Dream R AWD.(520 mi 837 km) Lucid Air Dream Touring AWD (516 mi 830 km), Lucid Air Dream R AWD (481 mi 774 km), and Lucid Air Dream P AWD (469 mi 755 km).

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States Ranked by How Often Their Residents Poop

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Ever wonder how much you poop compared to other people? Well, that’s exactly what the fine folks at porta-potty provider AAWSI.com are aiming to find out with their new study. Based on a nationwide survey, the study reveals how many times people from each U.S. state poops on average. While all states maintained a similar average, some clear winners and losers have certainly emerged. Check out the visualization.

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As you’ll see, the residents of Michigan topped the charts with 2.182 poos per day. This number was significantly higher than nearly all states besides Idaho; the potato state squeezes out an average of 2.177 loaves per day. The two states were the only to average above two.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, Missouri came in dead last with an average of 1.131 bowel movements per day, averaging more than one full poo fewer per day than the top two states. What causes these discrepancies? Varying diets? Statistical fluke? I wouldn’t venture a guess.

Interestingly, the survey found that the national average sits just above 1.5 poos per day at 1.598, which leads me to believe that nearly everyone goes either once or twice per day on average regardless of where you live in the nation.

Something I have yet to decide on is whether the true “winners” on this list are the states who are pooping the most, or those who are pooping the least.

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Real Estate Chart Reveals Your Money Has Only 50-80% of the Buying Power it Did 5 Years Ago

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Houses aren’t cheap these days. In fact, they are so not cheap that millions of young Americans are holding off on buying a home and are instead opting to rent for the foreseeable future. “Just how bad is it?”, you might be wondering. Well, this new visualization from construction app maker Builder Pad forces you to look at the problems the United States is facing in the real estate market in an entirely new way. From this perspective, you are able to see how much smaller a house you’ll be able to afford today vs. 2018 for the same amount of money. So, how much smaller has a $500,000 home become in your state?

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In order to reveal which states have the fastest-rising real estate prices, Builder Pad analyzed median listing prices by state in two distinct ways. First, is by percentage of square feet lost over the five year period between 2018 and 2023. The state that was hit the hardest in this metric is Montana where a $500K house is now 50.15% smaller. Just typing that out blows my mind.

The second metric used in this study is square feet lost over the same 5-year period. The state that lost the most square feet in a $500,000 house is Kansas with a drop of 2,280.26 square feet. That’s the equivalent of losing five (5!) two-car garages in living space. With virtually no end in sight for this real estate conundrum, what will be the straw that breaks the camel’s back?

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The Fastest-Growing Jobs in Health Care in the United States

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Positions in the health care industry have always been in demand, especially since the start of the pandemic. Hospitals and doctor’s offices all over the country are in need of trained medical professionals to help patients. Staffing workers in the industry was a struggle even before COVID-19 hit, and once it did, demand for health care workers was strongly in demand.
Which specific health care professions are expected to grow the most in the next few years? U.S. Career Institute looked at data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and Indeed.com to display which medical professions are expected to grow the most from 2021-2031.

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The graphic utilizes a scatter diagram to visualize the health care professions expected to grow the compared to their average salary.

The medical profession that is expected to grow the most by 2031 is nurse practitioners. The average salary for a nurse practitioner in the U.S. is $120,680, and the profession is expected to grow 46% by 2031. Nurse anesthetists and nurse midwives are next on the list, with an expected growth of 40% by 2031. The average annual salary is $123,780.

These are the top 10 health-related professions that are expected to grow through 2031:

  1. Nurse practitioner — 46%
  2. Nurse anesthetist — 40%
  3. Physician assistant — 28%
  4. Medical and health services manager — 28%
  5. Epidemiologist — 26%
  6. Occupational therapy assistant — 25%
  7. Home health and personal care aide — 25%
  8. Physical therapy assistant — 24%
  9. Substance abuse, behavioral disorder, and mental health counselor — 22%
  10. Speech-language pathologist — 21%

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