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An overview: The United States is the most diverse economy in the world. While the United States accounts for only about 4 percent of the world's population, its GDP is 26 percent of the world’s total economic output. It is ethnically and culturally very diverse country. The American economy is a free-market, private enterprise system that has only limited government intervention in areas such as health care, transportation, and retirement. American companies are among the most productive and competitive in the world. Many American cities are thriving thanks to multiculturalism, artistic offerings, and greener lifestyles than in the past.
- Freedom of religion is one of the founding principles of the United States and a guaranteed right in the US Constitution
- The climate in the US varies by place and time of year. Mostly temperate (i.e mild), it can range from tropical in Hawaii and Florida, to freezing cold in Alaska, and extremely dry and hot in the deserts of the Southwest.
- There are six time zones in the US. Except for Hawaii and parts of Arizona, most of the US observes Daylight Saving Time (DST)
Education System in the US
Across the world and for many years, students and parents have recognized the benefits of obtaining US education. The best accredited US programs at every level offer an approach to education that encourages students to develop their own capacity and passion for learning with the support of cutting-edge instructional resources and facilities. Graduates of such programs emerge not only with job-ready skills, but also with a foundation for learning and success that serves them their whole lifetimes.The US education system has often been said to be the most diverse in the world, in terms of:
- Size of student population (from only a few hundred to tens of thousands of students);
- Admissions criteria (from highly competitive to completely open);
- Setting (from world-famous metropolises to lovely small-town campuses, and from desert-hot to northern climates);
- Programs (in terms of duration and field of study, as well as approach, i.e vocational to academic);
- Delivery (from physical campuses to blended delivery models and entirely online programs);
- Culture (from rigorous and specific academic programs to arts-focused, sports-intensive, or technically oriented programs).