Welcome to LiveStat.org!
You want stats? We got your stats right here.
You probably want data, and the good news is that we love data…call us nerds if you want; but that’s what we do.
In general, we expect to post stats in various different areas such as politics, education, real estate, jobs, crime, and so much more. We also really hope to calculate lots of big numbers with our graphing calculators too! Sounds fun right?
Here’s a couple of examples of the type of stats that we will be sharing once we are fully operational and have finished taping our glasses together. Lets take a look at the employment market.
One of the fastest growing jobs in the United States are nursing jobs. These are expected to grow by 26% over the next 10 years, which is much faster than average by the way. Nurses also get paid pretty well from what we can see.
On average, nurses make about $65,000 a year. However, its not just registered nurses that are in high demand; certified nursing assistants are also in high demand. Also called, CNAs – this is a great entry level job for anyone hoping to break into the healthcare field, and potentially become a nurse later down the road.
One important stat, is to know that a CNA must pass a certified exam administered by the State of employment. These tests include both a knowledge section with basic question and answers, as well a practical section which is more hands on. The great part is that lots of organizations have provided a CNA practice test for those hoping to get some practice in before they take the real deal.
Lots of different organizations offers these free tests, but the actual one that counts does cost. These are typically administered by the Red Cross here.
More Stats – Vehicles
Another area of stats that we will be covering, is the automobile industry. In the US alone, there are over 250,000,000 registered vehicles! But as you start to dig a little bit deeper, you see that some of these are 2 door vehicles, some are 4 door vehicles, some only seat five people, and others are 7 passenger vehicles.
So, we will be digging into the stats, such as how many vehicles are sold each year? And who is buying these vehicles? Do wealthy people buy bigger vehicles than poorer people? Or does it all depend on family size. These are some of the questions and stats that we will be uncovering.
Overall, if you have the need for a stat fix, you are in the right place. Come back and enjoy the stat sandwich with us. It should be pretty delicious and very nerdy tasting.