Share the Survey:
 Cost of Living Survey
Where Does Your Money Go?

The cost of living survey has been designed to ascertain how the employed Americans spend their paychecks.

1.  In which age-group do you fall?

  16 - 19
  20 - 29
  30 - 39
  40 - 49
  50 - 59
  60 - 69
  70 and above.


2.  How much do you spend per month on groceries?

  Less than 200
  $200 - $250
  $250 - $300
  $300 - $350
  $350 - $400
  $400 - $450
  $450 - $500
  More than $500


3.  How much do you spend per month on transportation which includes gasoline, maintenance, repairs and auto insurance?

  Less than $200
  $200 - $250
  $250 - $300
  $300 - $350
  $350 - $400
  $400 - $500
  More than $500


4.  Please mention the name of your city and state.



5.  What is the health insurance premium you pay for a single person per month?

  Less than $100
  $100 - $150
  $150 - $200
  $200 - $250
  $250 - $300
  $300 - $350
  $350 - $400
  $400 - $450
  $450 - $500
  More than $500


6.  In what type of an accommodation do you currently live?

  One bedroom accommodation
  Two bedroom accommodation
  Three bedroom accommodation
  Four bedroom accommodation
  Five bedroom accommodation
Other


7.  What is the average monthly rent you pay for housing/accommodation?

  $500 - $1000
  $1100 - $1500
  $1600 - $2000
  $2100 - $2500
  $2600 - $3000
  $3100 - $3500
Other


8.  How much do you contribute per month toward your retirement plan(s) and social security?



9.  Please specify your gender.

  Male
  Female


10.  In what industry do you work?

  Manufacturing
  Leisure and Hospitality
  Education
  Healthcare
  Financial/Professional
  Social Service
  Government
  Trade
  Technology
  Agriculture
  Real Estate/Construction
  Transportation
Other


11.  What is the average monthly cost you pay for utilities such as gas,electricity,water,cable and internet?

  Less than $100
  $100 - $150
  $150 - $200
  $200 - $250
  $250 - $300
  $300 - $350
  $350 - $400
  $400 - $500
  More than $500