Archive for November, 2012

Behind Every Good Survivor is a Qualified Team of Medical Staff

Friday, November 30th, 2012

Have you ever considered starting a career as a nurse, but have been worried that you might get tired of the routine?  Well, there may be more options than you think. Reality TV shows, like The Biggest Loser and Survivor, keep a team of medical staff to care for contestants as well as hundreds of other staff members.

Check out this infographic, brought to you by nursingdegree.org, to find out more about medical staff behind the scenes.  If a myriad of human affliction streaming into hospitals just isn’t exciting enough, maybe reality TV nursing is the way to go.

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Emergency Medical Staff on Reality TV [Infographic]
Compliments of NursingDegree.org

The Economics of Becoming a Consultant

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

Ever need expert advice on a particular topic? Chances are, if you have, you were in need of a consultant. Consulting jobs are on the rise and are quickly becoming the job of the future. The consulting industry is booming in today’s economy. Find out more in this infographic from Zintro.


Courtesy of Zintro

50 Best Books for Teachers [Infographic]

Tuesday, November 27th, 2012

For most people, our favorite educators are the ones who not only give us the information in a curriculum but also mold us in some way.  They teach us skills that we will keep for the continuance of our lives. They make education personal and something that we will treasure.

Usually, the best teachers are the ones whom are always continuing to teach themselves throughout their careers.  There are so many resources available to teachers that sometimes it can be difficult to choose the best things to read.

This infographic, brought to you by BestEducationDegrees.com, lists the 50 best books for today’s educators.

The 50 Best Books For Teachers
Source: Best Education Degrees

Getting Fit to Lead – Habits of Successful Leadership

Monday, November 26th, 2012

There are many things that will never change when it comes to human relations and how we react to authority and leadership.  Still, in a fast paced world, it’s hugely important for companies to keep up with modern leadership styles.  It is for this reason that, on average, businesses spend $1,228 per employee on leadership and development training.  In fact, U.S. companies spent $12 billion dollars during the 2009 recession to train executives to lead in this new era of business.  Check out this infographic from Michigan State University Online for a closer look at the habits of a leader.

Habits of Successful Leaders
Infographic by Michigan State University, earn your Strategic Leadership & Management Certificate.

Happy Apping [Infographic]

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

It takes a lot to get an app off the ground, let alone reach the Level of Angry Birds. Luckily there is a process to making it work, the best practices to achieve maximum exposure for your app.Among the pit of a half a million Android apps, yours can easily get lost with the ebb and the flow of the 100 that get added to the market everyday

Our love affair with apps is steadily growing as apps are being made for anything and everything. Need to find the closest sweater store? There’s an app for that. Duck out of the eyeline of an ex? There is an app for that. It;s come to a point where we’ll give anything a chance, but just one. First and foremost, make a good first impression, make sure it works (obviously) without any crashes, and even consider to pay extra to be preloaded onto a device. Think globally; American’s aren’t the only ones who love launching birds into pigs’ ramshackle hostage houses, so don’t put all your eggs in that basket (pun intended).

And remember, if you work hard and create a worthwhile app, the masses will follow. Keep it updated, and keep improving. Happy apping, everyone.

 

Achieve Maximum Android App Exposure [Infographic]
© StartApp.com/

Men in Pink Collar

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

Today’s men are opting for jobs in non-traditional fields such as nursing, teaching and social work.  These jobs are traditionally predominately female occupied and thus referred to as ‘pink collar’ jobs.  The number of men who have entered these fields has doubled from ten years ago.  In past years, men who held pink collar positions were generally minorities with a low level of education.  Today, however, college educated, white males between the ages of twenty-five and thirty-nine are intentionally seeking out these jobs.  The gradual erosion of stereotypes and the retiring baby boomers are just a couple of reasons for this shift.  Check out the infographic from WorkBoots below for more information.

Men in Pink Collar

http://workboots.com/pink-collar

Price Gouging: Not As Bad As You Think

Monday, November 19th, 2012

After hurricane Sandy devastated most of the east coast, New Jersey Governor Chris Christy, made the following statement: “During emergencies, New Jerseyans should look out for each other, not seek to take advantage of each other”.  With more than 600 reports of price gouging after the storm, it sure seems like people were being taken advantage of in their time of need.  Many economists, however, would argue that there is actually a need for price gouging.  This infographic, presented by Best Criminal Justice, breaks down the numbers and the logic behind price gouging.  Check it out below:

Price Gouging – Not as bad as you think. [Infographic]
Price Gouging – Not as bad as you think. [Infographic]
Compliments of BestCriminalJustice.com

What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up? [Infographic]

Thursday, November 8th, 2012

When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? As children, we tend to have grand plans and dreams for our future.  Maybe we’ll save people’s lives as a doctor or impact the world through our acting.  Whatever your dream was, or still is, it helps to know what the job of your dreams will pay and what kind of training you need to get into the field.

Take a look at this infographic from HowDoIBecomeA.net that talks about the top ten jobs kids want as they’re growing up.  It outlines the specifics of income, the kind and amount of training required, and so much more.  Dream big!

When I Grow Up I Want To Become A...

The Presidential Battle In The Mobile App World [Infographic]

Friday, November 2nd, 2012

Mobile Apps are all the rage in sharing who you’re voting for in this year’s Presidential election. StartApp has presented an infographic detailing just how important they are.

Obama vs Romney Mobile [Infographic]
© 2012 StartApp

Facebook Psychology [Infographic]

Friday, November 2nd, 2012

Are you addicted to the internet? You could be if you if have a preoccupation with the internet or internet gaming for more than 38 hours a week, withdraw symptoms when the internet is not available, loss of other interests, and unsuccessful attempts to control use.

Some people think that internet addiction (IAD) is not a real issue, but in China, Taiwan, and Korea as much as 30% of teens are considered internet addicted. IAD is being treated as “a grave national health crisis” and researchers in Taiwan linked ADHD and hostility to internet addiction in children. In 2013, the United States will mark internet addiction as a ‘real’ disorder as well.

To learn more about internet addiction check out the infographic below presented by Best Master’s in Psychology.

Facebook Psychology
Image compliments of Best Masters in Psychology

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