Archive for October, 2012

The Big Screen on Campus [Infographic]

Thursday, October 25th, 2012

College campuses are developing quickly with the help of digital signs pushing them forward into the future. No longer are digital boards confined to the classroom as smartboards; they are being implemented and used all over campuses everywhere.

From community and campus information boards, schedules, advertising and menus, digital signage is the new look for college campuses. Events won’t be overlooked and “math tutor needed” pages won’t be lost under the cork board of advertisements. Now, everything is easily organized into sections, and nothing gets forgotten.

Most college campuses keep safety as a number one priority and offer alerts for anything that may be dangerous to students.And because these boards can be updated instantly, there is no wait time to get messages through. Affixed all over campuses, the word can get out quickly and efficiently, whether it be serious weather, security concerns, or fire, students will always be in the know.

Check out the infographic below presented by Digital Signage Today to learn more.

Digital Signage: Big Screen on Campus [Infographic]
Digital Signage Big Screen on Campus [Infographic]
Compliments of Digital Signage Today

Bringing Down the House [Infographic]

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

Gambling is an age old tradition and many people have lost it all, betting their lives away on the hope of winning big. The following infographic showcases those few that won by using technology to their advantage and by cheating the system.

Casino Cheating
© 2012

Counseling Careers: Which Path Is Best For You? [Infographic]

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

Getting a job in this economy can be a challenging task.  Even though some jobs are in high demand, they typically require you to have a greater skill level and to have obtained a Masters degree at minimum.  This isn’t true for all jobs of course, but studies show that there is a direct correlation between education level and income.  So what does this correlation mean for those interested in pursuing counseling? Research shows that school and career counselors require a masters degree to practice and make on average $53,380 annually, while substance & behavioral disorder counselors only require a high school diploma and make $38,120.  That’s over fifteen thousand dollars a year difference!

Differences in counseling professions continue even further than skill level and income. There are many different fields of specialty to choose from due to an increase of interest in traditional counseling and other counseling-style programs.  From Freudian psychotherapy to group talk-therapy sessions, people are interested in getting help and counselors want to give it.   But, as a future counselor, which path are you going to take?

This infographic from Best Masters In Counseling shows the various counseling possibilities and helps to guide you (much like a good counselor) to make the best decision. Check it out!


Which Counseling Career Path is Best for You?t
Image compliments of Best Masters in Counseling

Embrace Your Midlife Crisis [Infographic]

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

For many people, the thought of changing careers in their 40s is terrifying, and with good reason. However, it’s becoming more popular than you would think. In fact, the average American changes their career seven times within their lifetime. A lot of it has to do with the economy of course. Many people change careers so that they can make more money. However, job dissatisfaction is a huge factor as well.

However, what do you do if you are older and want to change careers? Well, this infographic can help you with that. It provides you with the top reasons to change careers as well as other solutions. Check it out below to learn more.

Graduate Degree Programs
Courtesy of: Graduate Degree Program

Obama vs Romney on Cybersecurity: You Decide [Infographic]

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

How much information do you have stored on the internet?  More and more Americans are utilizing the tools offered by online services and social media more than ever, and the trend is not slowing down.  Along with the growth of utilizing internet tools comes the question of security. How secure is our information?  What is our government going to do to protect it?

This year, cybersecurity has been a huge issue of debate among Americans and our presidential candidates.  This infographic from Veracode shows where President Obama and Governor Romney take their stand on this incredibly important issue.  Take a look and see who you think got it right.


Obama vs Romney on Cybersecurity: You Decide

Infographic by Veracode Application Security


Who is More Social? Android or iOS Users? [Infographic]

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

We live in a world that is dominated by mobility and social media. Almost everyone has a smartphone and almost everyone uses some form of social media, and the two are used together quite often. The question is, out of the two most popular smartphone operating systems, Android and iOS, which users are the most social?

This infographic presented by Startapp compares users of the two operating systems to see what apps are being used most by each as well as download rates and other statistics. Check it out below to learn more.

Who is More Social? iOS vs Android [Infographic]
courtesy of StartApp

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