The Super Power Actor
United States of America is a federal republic consisting of 50 states and one federal district, is known as the superpower of the world. The USA has the world’s largest economy with a gross domestic product of approximately $ 18.5 trillion, according to official figures for 2016. With its investments in recent years, the USA has become the world’s largest crude oil and natural gas producer.
According to 2016 figures, per capita income is around 57 thousand dollars and unemployment is 4.7 percent. Although the US economy has recovered from the 2007-2008 financial crisis in recent years, it continues to grow at around 2 percent in real terms, partly for structural reasons.
Since the dollar is the world’s most used reserve currency, the US Federal Reserve (Fed) is the most important player in the global economy. The two basic elements that play a structural role in the American economy are rich natural resources and skilled labor. The USA has a very suitable environment for economic growth with its fertile soils, rich mineral deposits, favorable climatic conditions and other natural resources. The USA also attaches great importance to the education of skilled workforce in the field of communication and information technologies. Bringing talented and intelligent young people who are educated in science and technology branches to the US economy, which is called “brain drain” is seen as a key tool in solving the problems.
Los Angeles is a very important city along with New York City. The unemployment rate is relatively low compared to other regions in the country. It has a lively trade and social life in addition to attracting the attention of both local and foreigner tourists with its natural beauty.