Alaska leads with the most job openings in the US, though Hawaii is close second. See how the other 48 states fair between the frost and heat. The top 15 states are ordered by job opening rates, but we also included additional data like hire rate.
Self-employed entrepreneurs account for 10% of all workers, according to 2020 data from the U.S. Census Bureau. But whether born out of necessity or desire, an increasing number of workers are taking the plunge and starting their own businesses in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. After an initial drop in new business applications in […]
The U.S. has room to continue improving in the efficiency of its energy production, thanks to an increasingly diverse — and more efficient — mix of energy sources. Fossil fuels including natural gas (34 quadrillion BTU), crude oil (23.6), and coal (10.7) constitute a sizable majority of U.S. energy production.
A global shift toward environmental accountability, major technological disruptions, and unexpected economic activity are all creating exciting opportunities and stark challenges for trading houses, investors, producers, traders, buyers, and governments alike.
According to our figures, almost half of the workforce in Las Vegas is at risk of job automation due to technological advancement and robotics. The runners up are not far off.
Our research team collected data on all organic acreage in the US, and Vermont came out on top with over 16% of the state’s total land as organic. That said, California has the most organic land area with close to one million acres.
The Commodity.com research team has gathered data on carbon emissions in all US states. We’ve ordered the 50 states based on the per tonne annual CO2 emission per capita.
It comes as no surprise that Chief Executives take home the biggest paychecks, but these 120+ other roles in the oil and gas industry also offer competitive salaries.
Natural gas prices are highest in Hawaii, which may come as a surprise. See the runner up states, as well as the full list of 50 states, ordered by generic and per capita price and consumption.
West Viginia generates almost 90% of it’s electricity by means of burning coal. Considering we’re amidst a renewable energy boom, that’s significant. We found that these other states are also greatly dependent on coal for electricity.