diverse cities

The Most (and Least) Ethnically Diverse U.S. Cities

Stacy Brown

The District of Columbia faired quite well in a new poll that revealed the most and least ethnically diverse cities in America. D.C. finished in 30th place among 297 others in the most ethnically diverse cities category. The nearby Maryland cities of Gaithersburg, Germantown, and Silver Spring, finished second, third and fourth overall, behind Jersey City, N.J. Spring Valley, Nevada, rounded out the top five, according to personal-finance website WalletHub, which recently released its report,  "2019’s Most & Least Ethnically Diverse Cities."

Why You Should Move to Melbourne, Australia

Jennifer Neal

If you ask Melbournians what defines their culture, answers may include sport, fine dining, drinking alcohol or their bizarre, hipster-inspired obsession with coffee served by men with what I call “gourmet beards.” In fact, if you (like me) don’t drink coffee, you should probably start. Everything is decided over a coffee—from job offers to loan approvals. When I leave Melbourne, I realize that mentioning Australia to people is a fantastic exercise in unveiling how little they know about the continent down under. 

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