QS has published its annual ranking of universities. The universities around the world has been ranked since 2013 evaluating their academic reputation, employer reputation, student-to-faculty ratio, and international reputation. QS used a points system with 100 being the highest score. Overall, 400 universities were ranked throughout the world. Here are the top 30.
Niche, a company who reviews and ranks cities in the United Sates, published the list of the safest American cities to live based on crime statistics on murder, rape, burglary, and other types of crime. This is what the list looks like.
The not-for-profit organization Social Progress Imperative ranked the countries by quality of life. They took into consideration the scores of three main indexes: 1. Basic Human Needs, which includes medical care, sanitation, and shelter. 2. Foundations of Wellbeing, which covers education, access to technology, and life expectancy. 3. Opportunity, which looks at personal rights, freedom of choice, and general tolerance. Then all the three factors were added together before giving each country a score out of 100.
Billboard records published a chart which denotes the top song of each year, so here are the biggest hits from the last 30 years.
The International Energy Agency published Trends in Photovoltaic Applications report about who is generating the most raw power from solar and who has the greatest capacity installed to deliver solar energy. The survey was made between 1992 and 2014 but it is the most recent data that is available. This shows that we need to explore solar energy the best we can.
2,252 users were surveyed by the “Harris Poll” in December 2015 and these movie stars came out as the top favorites in America.
The Legatum Institute release an annual list of the global Prosperity Index, which identifies the most prosperous countries in the world. Here are some names that topped the list.
PayScale, the creator of the world’s largest compensation database, looked at the starting pay for millions of professionals and sorted the information by college major.