Archive for May, 2013

Gen Y Can’t I Get a Job? [Infographic]

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

For years, individuals and organizations have pushed education as the key to success in America. But is that really true? Generation Y, those children of the 1980’s and 1990’s, are graduating with bachelor’s degrees and yet 53 percent of them are unemployed.

In this infographic, the folks at Adecco look at the numbers and facts behind Gen Y’s lack of work and take some time to offer interview tips to help land a job.

Adecco’s Gen Y infographic explores why today’s grads have a hard time finding jobs and what they can do to change that.

Tattoos: Making a Permanent Mark on the World [Infographic]

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

Tattoos are being pushed to the limit with people now getting tattoos on their eyeballs and teeth. Americans spend 1.65 billion dollars per year on tattoos, an art that has existed for at least 5,200 years. Throughout history tattoos have been used as decoration, for therapy, and to ward off sexually transmitted diseases among many other things.

To learn more about tattoos and their history, check out the infographic below for more information.

Tattoos
Source: BestHealthScienceDegree.com

The Future of Baby Making [Infographic]

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

Do you feel like genetic engineering is good or bad? Either way, it is still pretty interesting. About 40,000 babies born in the U.S. each year are conceived via assisted reproduction.

Genetic engineering in babies can be used to ensure the child does not have certain diseases and also used for selection of specific physical traits.

How do you feel about this topic? Let us know in the comments and be sure to check out the infographic below presented by CheapNurseDegrees.com to learn more about genetically engineered children.

The Future of Baby Making
Source: The Future of Baby Making

How Technology In Schools Has Changed Over Time [Infographic]

Tuesday, May 28th, 2013

It wasn’t until the 1920s that classrooms started using technology, and it all started by incorporating radios into penmanship, accounting, history and arithmetic lessons.

As time has progressed technology has made many advancements. Now students are using iPads and other mobile devices in the classroom. Check out the infographic below presented by MasterOfArtsinTeaching.net to learn more about how tech in schools has evolved over time.

Then Versus Now: How Technology in Schools Has Changed Over Time
Image source: www.masterofartsinteaching.net

Driving with Google Glass [Infographic]

Friday, May 24th, 2013

Google Glass will definitely be the next be thing in mobile technology, but will it affect drivers like cellphones do? Check out the infographic below presented by CarInsuranceQuotes.com to learn more about Google Glass and whether it will help or hinder drivers.

Driving with Google Glass [Infographic]

From: Bankrate Insurance’s CarInsuranceQuotes.com

The Perfect Data Storm [Infographic]

Monday, May 20th, 2013

Network providers are struggling to keep up with the intense demand for digital content. High-def photos and videos are dominating hard-drives and network bandwidth, which ultimately slows down network connections and creates a sub-par digital experience for users. Check out this infographic to learn how network providers should prepare for the overwhelming content demand of the future.

data storm

Is Online Giving Right For Your Church? [Infographic]

Monday, May 20th, 2013

What could a church do with an extra week’s worth of tithes and offerings each month? That’s what they can expect when implementing online giving in their church.

Eighty-one percent of adults use the internet, and hardly anyone carries around cash and checks anymore, therefore online giving is a great way for church goers to give donations.

Check out the infographic below presented by Church Central to learn more about the benefits of online giving for churches.

Online Giving: Is it right for your church? [Infographic]
Online Giving: Is it right for your church? [Infographic]
Compliments of ChurchCentral.com

Your Doctor is Drowning in Debt [Infographic]

Friday, May 17th, 2013

Over half of undergraduate medical students are in debt and 35 percent of them have between $20,000 and $40,000 in debt. It gets worse, a little over 85 percent of med students and physicians are in debt, with 37 percent of them with over $200,000 in debt.

Debt can have a big impact on medical professionals’ life decisions as well. Check out the infographic below presented by StudentDoctor.net to learn more.

StudentDoctorNetwork-2013-report_NEW

The Liberalization of TV [Infographic]

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

The courage of producers to continuously push the envelope has slowly molded television into programming as we know it today. Check out the newest infographic from CableTVAdvisor.com to see a few of the scenes from past shows that made society just a little uncomfortable.

The Liberazliation of TV Source: The Liberalization of TV

How is Media Affecting Kids? [Infographic]

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

Seems like kids are being overrun with media and technology. What happened to the days where “playing” meant going outside and running around, not sitting at the computer for hours on end.

Media and technology is definitely affecting children. Check out the infographic below presented by early-childhood-education-degrees.com to learn about how media and technology affects kids.

How Is Media Affecting Kids?
Source: Early Childhood Education Degrees

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