How has the American way of living changed? This infographic will give you a good idea. From living pace to free time Americans have adjusted to a life that is often debated as stressful and burdensome.
This infographic by California Cryobank shows how the traditional nuclear family has gradually transformed. From same-sex couples and Choice Moms, to conception via assisted reproduction, and adoption, the composition of the American family has become richer and more complex, but one constant remains — love.
In this infographic by FunSherpa see some interesting facts on how much do Americans spend over Christmas. The average family budget for Christmas in 2012 is $749.51. That’s up over from the $740.57 that an average family spent last year. Early Shoppers spend 14% more than the average shopper. US parents are spending $271 on average per child this holiday season. The biggest portion of total Spending goes to Gifts. The average Gift budget for each family is $548.56 followed by Food and Candy ($100.76) and decorations ($51.99)17% of people borrow money to fund their holiday shopping spree whereas 38% depend on their savings