Students rarely think about the future. However, there comes a time when any university graduate is faced with a choice. It is about the moment when the carefree years of being left behind and there is a need to seek work. Essay writing service EssayMama.com created a useful infographic, displaying the latest trends from the […]
Spring is here, and for the teens of America, this means prom season. Girls spanning the nation will thumb through racks and walk through malls on the never-ending search for the perfect gown. Well, Bluegala knows the frustration and has put together an infographic going over which cuts to choose for different body types, and […]
When it comes to national spending, the amount allotted to education can be the source of heated debates. TopEducationDegrees.org has created an infographic showing just how much we’re spending, and what it compares to.
We all know that our memories become hazier as we age, and the newest cure is brain training: games and puzzles that are rumored to help keep your brain in tip-top shape – or even improve it. But is the science behind this newest phenomenon solid? DegreeLibrary.org has created an infographic entitled “The Truth About […]
There aren’t many sports that hold the passion and fan-base than American football. From the Rose Bowl to the CFP tournament, and even high school homecoming games, Americans rally behind watching their favorite teams play the historic sport. BestCollegeReviews.org has created an infographic entitled “The 10 Best College Stadiums in the Country”, detailing the ten […]
This infographic goes into detail about the age breakdown of disability, along with a comparison of the number of people with specific disability-related needs, such as needing physical help on a daily basis, needing a walker or other walking aid, and those with hearing impairments. Additionally, this infographic also details the most common disabilities, such […]
When it comes to getting a degree, minorities are still falling behind. www.bestcollegesonline.org has created an infographic entitled “Diversity in Higher Ed: Are We All Equal?” Detailing how minorities are getting degrees compare, and how colleges are beginning to try and help.
Education is under attack. From reduced spending and budget cuts to overcrowding and a lack of funds, schools are struggling more than ever. However, some of the largest companies in the world have taken notice, and are standing up for education, giving students new opportunities to expand their educational horizons. BestMastersPrograms.org has created an infographic […]
There is no one resource more important than our children. Special-Education-Degree.net has created an infographic entitled “Budget Cut Blues: How Special Education Students Are Among the Biggest Victims of Federal Spending Drops” detailing how we are leaving our children with special needs behind due to the latest round of budget cuts. Unfortunately, the government has […]
This infographic lists a few of the largest offenders, including Dennis J. Murray of Marist College, who makes $2,688,148 per year, Amy Gutmann, President of the University of Pennsylvania, who makes $2,091,764 per year, and Ronald J. Donald, President of Johns Hopkins University, who makes just over $1.8 million per year. 42 private college Presidents […]