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32 Life Lessons from the Cutest Creatures in Fiction

32 Life Lessons from the Cutest Creatures in Fiction

Prepare for a cuteness overload! This fun, colorful infographic collects 32 friendly and beloved faces from fiction and provides life advice from each one. Friendship, compassion, individuality, hope -- the lessons offered by this chart are sure to delight both children and adults.

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Is the American Dream of Homeownership Still Alive?

Is the American Dream of Homeownership Still Alive?

Homeownership remains central to the American dream.

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Sizing Up the American Dream

Sizing Up the American Dream

In a nation as diverse as the United States, the idea of "the American dream" means different things to different people. Many associate the dream with intangible ideals like freedom of expression, freedom of religion, optimism and family ties. But the American dream has also long been associated with attaining a higher standard of living, particularly one that surpasses that of the previous generation.

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The 8 Essentials of Innovation

The 8 Essentials of Innovation

Numerous executives believe innovation is critical to their companies’ growth and survival, yet only 57 percent consider their companies to be early adopters of technology-driven innovation. To ensure continuous growth, companies need to constantly innovate and adopt new technologies. These eight essentials of innovation from McKinsey can help companies find out whether or not they are innovative enough to survive the global competition.

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The Plight of Homeless Youth

The Plight of Homeless Youth

Without adequate life skills, at-risk youth have difficulty adjusting on their own and often end up unemployed, homeless and potentially living a life of poverty.

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War Against the Homeless

War Against the Homeless

Homeless people are the most at-risk population, and we’re waging a war on them.

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Broke and Broken? The Psychological Effects of Poverty

Broke and Broken? The Psychological Effects of Poverty

Poverty has become an epidemic in our society. More than 46 million people face the harsh reality of poverty every day. This can have a far-reaching affect on their personal well-being. Http://www.bestpsychologydegrees.org has created an infographic titled “Broke and Broken? The Psychological Effects of Poverty” detailing the startling realities behind poverty and its effect on the human body.

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Inspirational Quotes About Life

Inspirational Quotes About Life

Here are 20 short inspirational quotes about life from celebrities.

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Hard Skills vs. Soft Skills

Hard Skills vs. Soft Skills

So what skills matter most to recruiters? And are recruiters finding candidates with the skills they need?

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What Really Matters to Employers

What Really Matters to Employers

With employers reporting that it’s harder to find qualified candidates now than it was just six months ago, hiring managers find themselves having to make tough calls about what they really want in a candidate. Is experience the be-all and end-all, or is it worth training someone who’s an excellent cultural fit? Would you put up with occasional lateness for someone with tremendous talent? HR pros have weighed in, and their answers may surprise you!

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Running Off to Join the Workforce?

Running Off to Join the Workforce?

Following a national survey of job seekers and HR professionals, Beyond.com and Millennial Branding, a Gen Y research and consulting firm, learned what hiring managers are looking for when searching for candidates in 2014 and the disconnects between employers, job candidates and the generations that currently make up the workforce.

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Small World. Big Hiring Challenges

Small World. Big Hiring Challenges

Hiring is on the rise around the world, but an increase in hiring doesn't always go off without a hitch. We recently asked the top job boards across the globe to tell us what their biggest hiring challenges are. This infographic is a look at global hiring trends from around the world.

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The Millennial Job Seeker

The Millennial Job Seeker

We recently conducted a national study with Future Workplace, an executive development firm dedicated to rethinking and reimagining the workplace, to better understand the makeup of leaders in the workplace and how each generation plans to lead. The study showed that as more and more millennials enter the workforce, their confidence to make businesses great also grows.

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First American President, George Washington

First American President, George Washington

George Washington was the first president of the United States. His life experience helped build him into a man who was confident and steadfast in his beliefs concerning the traits that would make a strong leader.

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The 10-Minute Guide to the U.S. Constitution

The 10-Minute Guide to the U.S. Constitution

Turns out there may be a truly useful — if not urgent — purpose to having members of Congress take turns reading the U.S. Constitution, and party affiliation has nothing to do with it. According to the latest survey from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, elected officials in the United States actually understand less about the U.S. Constitution than average Americans — who don’t exactly qualify as constitutional scholars to begin with.

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We the People

We the People

Americans weigh in on the founding document. How much do you know about the U.S. Constitution, which was ratified more than 200 years ago?

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How Girls Hold Themselves Back

How Girls Hold Themselves Back

This infographic shows that social and cultural perceptions are powerful in holding girls back from pursuing computer science careers. It also provides solutions that parents and teachers can implement at a young age that can encourage more women to pursue technology careers.

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Road to Medical Degree

Road to Medical Degree

Thinking about becoming a doctor? Understanding the path is the first step to committing yourself to it. It's a lot of work but the career path can be rewarding and fulfilling for the right person with the right level of determination.

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Character Strengths

Character Strengths

Research shows that character strengths can be used to address a variety of life challenges and achieve positive personal and professional outcomes.

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10 Admirable Attributes of a Great Employee

10 Admirable Attributes of a Great Employee

Employers want certain character traits in their employees that will promote a successful workforce and business.

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