3. Economy – America ranks ninth in the world in nominal GDP per capita and sixth in GDP per capita at PPP. The U.S. dollar is the world’s primary reserve currency, a sure sign of stability and respect. A survey of all OECD countries demonstrated that Americans attain the highest average household income in the world. America also ranked number one for the affordability and security of food in a Global Food Security Index.
4. Career Opportunities – As of May 2017, the unemployment rate in America was only at 4.3 percent. The U.S. also regularly ranks in the top five countries in the world for workforce productivity. It is very common for employers to look across the world for the most talented and very best fit to better their business. If you have a very important skill that a US company is in need of, they will often help in any way they can, from organizing visas to helping you find a place to live. From then on, providing you display a good work ethic and continue to prove your skills, your career can flourish.
5. Living Space – Americans on average have over twice the amount of living space per residency and per person as European Union residents. This also means that land prices and property prices are more affordable, with some exceptions such as New York City or Los Angeles.
6. Culinary Culture – Given the United States’ multicultural heritage, cuisine from all around the world is offered. There are over 600,000 restaurants serving recipes from every corner of the world to appeal to every taste and budget. Food and drink make serious business across the US. The restaurant industry employs approximately 13 million people and caters to a variety of customer demands regarding dining experience, food quality, price, and menu options, along with many other things.