Because so many Americans know, with summer time comes soaring temperatures, heavy humidity and uncomfortable drives. It also means a LOT of sweating and travel to top cities in United States.
Merely in case you were wondering how sweaty your city is, Honeywell Followers recently released its third gross annual America’s top Towns List for 2017. The company partnered with Environmental Health and Engineering (EH&E), an environmental consulting company, on the study.
Nevertheless the cities that made record aren’t based on growing temperatures alone the three groups looked at a variety of factors.
“To identify the sweatiest cities across the region for travel, we checked out data in a number of nationwide records to determine the percentage of homes without central air conditioning, the demand for public travel and citywide bike writing programs, as well as the cities with the ‘hottest’ professions, the leader of the study who’s practice director of EH&E and holds a doctorate of science in environmental studies, said in a press release. The latest professions – like air traffic remotes, nurse and carpenter – were based on factors such as high stress, high temperature environment and physical demand.
10 New Orleans, Louisiana
it’s in the top 10 for summer temperatures, the very best 30 for general population transportation use and it has one of the country’s hottest professions nursing.
9 Houston, Texas
it’s in the top 10 for average summer temperature, the top 20 for population denseness and it has one of the greatest professions — elementary school teacher.
8 Tampa, Florida
it’s in the top 25 for average summer temperature, the very best 20 for population occurrence and in the top 10 for public transport usage.
7 Atlanta, Georgia
it’s in the top 20 for average summer temperature, the top 20 for population thickness, the best 20 for general public transportation consumption and it has some of the most popular professions — elementary college teacher and physical specialist.
6 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
it’s in the top 5 for public vehicles consumption and it’s in the top 20 for percentage of homes without central AC.
5 Boston, Massachusetts
it’s in the top 5 for population density, top five for public transportation use and it’s really in the top 10 for percentage of homes without central ALTERNATING CURRENT. It also has some of the hottest vocations — fire fighter, physical therapist and private financial advisor.
4 Miami, Florida
it’s in the top 10 for average summer temperature, in the best 10 for population occurrence and the top 20 for public transportation utilization.
3 Chicago, Illinois
it’s in the top 5 for population thickness, top 5 for the use and the top 20 for percentage of homes with central AIR CONDITIONER. It also has it is own of the best professions — physical specialist and personal financial consultant.
2 Washington, D.C
it’s in the top 25 for average summer temperature, top20 for population density and the top 10 for the usage. It also has some of the hottest professions — air traffic controller and physical therapist.
1 New York City, New York
it ranks first for inhabitants density, first for general population transportation consumption and the best 5 for percentage of families with central ALTERNATING CURRENT. In addition, it has some of the hottest professions — physical therapist, personal financial advisor, air traffic control mechanism and solar photo voltaic workers.