Political system

The Constitution establishes a federal democratic republic form of government. That is, we have an indivisible union of 50 sovereign States. It is a democracy because people govern themselves. It is representative because people choose elected officials by free and secret ballot.

The United States of America (USA), commonly known as the United States (U.S. or US) or America, is a country mostly located in central North America, between Canada and Mexico. It consists of 50 states, a federal district, five major self-governing territories, and various possessions.

Demographic details

Racial proportions will shift. In 2020, non-Hispanic white people, hereafter called whites, are still the majority race in the U.S., representing 59.7% of the U.S. population

In the 2010 Census, the number of people under age 18 was 74.2 million (24.0 percent of the total population). The younger working-age population, ages 18 to 44, represented 112.8 million persons (36.5 percent). The older working-age population, ages 45 to 64, made up 81.5 million persons (26.4 percent).

Economical stability

This results in an annual growth rate of -3.8 percent in 2020 and puts the US economy on a modest recovery path of about 3.2 percent growth in 2021.

Economic stability refers to an absence of excessive fluctuations in the macroeconomy. … An economy with frequent large recessions, a pronounced business cycle, very high or variable inflation, or frequent financial crises would be considered economically unstable.

Education system

Many students who are going to pursue their higher studies in the US must be surprised to know that the US has no educational system. … There are, however, state graduation examinations, and students must pass these. Different stages covered in Indian Education System are Primary.

The United States system of education that has been created for students in Kindergarten through High School is the best educational system in the world. No exceptions.

Natural environment

The climate is generally temperate in the contiguous states, but as the USA contains both Alaska and Hawaii, the climate varies from tropical to arctic. The United States is currently the most prosperous and powerful nation on the planet, with an annual GDP of around $19.36 trillion as per 2017 estimates.

These are the functions of the environment that support human life and economic activity. The first of these functions is the production of raw materials from the natural resources of soil, water, forests, minerals, and marine life (the Earth’s ‘source’ function).

Higher education system

Higher education is the third level of education after you leave school. It takes place at universities and Further Education colleges and normally includes undergraduate and postgraduate studies.

Around age six, U.S. children begin primary school, which is most commonly called “elementary school.” They attend five or six years and then go onto secondary school. … After graduating from high school (12th grade), U.S. students may go on to college or university. College or university study is known as “higher education.”

Why that country suitable for high education:

The United States boasts one of the world’s best education systems. They have excellent programs in all the disciplines they have to offer. The degrees awarded by the US universities are outstanding and students get the opportunity to learn and work with some of the outstanding researchers in the field

One of the main reasons why students choose to study in the U.S. is the country’s reputation for renowned higher-education programs. … Completing a degree from one of the world’s best higher-education systems will distinguish you from peers with similar backgrounds and career experiences.

 The U.S. is a country of 50 states covering a vast swath of North America. Alabama. Alaska. Arizona. Arkansas. California. Colorado. Connecticut. Delaware. Florida.  Indiana. Iowa. Kansas. Kentucky. Louisiana. Maine. Maryland. Massachusetts. Nebraska. Nevada. New Hampshire. New Jersey. New Mexico. New York. North Carolina. North Dakota. Rhode Island. South Carolina. South Dakota. Tennessee. Texas. Utah. Vermont. Virginia.