Complete list of posts below, in descending order by date created:
- Salary distribution, earnings per minute, and career earnings across professional sports leagues
- What type of companies does Y Combinator fund? [YC exploratory analysis]
- Understanding the price-earnings (P/E) ratio, and a few of its limitations
- How much free time do you have?
- Which industries correlate closest with the S&P 500?
- Walking is 3 times more expensive than driving, from a fuel perspective
- Why private companies are delaying IPOs, and why we need a new definition for ‘Technology’
- Two major forces driving the rapid growth (+7 million jobs by 2024) of Healthcare in the United States
- By 2024 Manufacturing expected to lose 1.5MM jobs while Healthcare to add 6.8MM (U.S. industries at a glance)
- American debt has increased by 200x since 1943
- Just three U.S. states account for over 30% of all commercial drone registrations
- What do stairs, floors, and beds have in common?
- Of the largest 500 public companies, the Tobacco industry generates the highest net income per employee
- How do you spend your time?
- The golden age of cereal
- Which companies offer the best maternity leave benefits?
- Thousands of Billionaires
- Are longer jokes funnier? Spoiler, none of these jokes are funny.
- Nuclear energy in the United States
- Analyzing Shark Tank deals
- Top (and bottom) colleges in the United States by post-graduation earnings
- The best and worst airlines in the world (and the best and worst times to fly!)
- Opiate prescription rates in the United States
- The Price is Right statistics
- Find out how long caffeine will stay in your system! [Tool]
- Exponential decay of caffeine for popular beverages
- Subway Menu Items – Price per Calorie (Which item gives you the most calories for your money?)
- Annual Return on Investment of United States Colleges (2015)
- McDonalds Menu Items – Price Per Calorie (Which item gives you the most calories for your money?)
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