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Weird But True Aviation Facts

Weird But True Aviation Facts

If you like your facts weird and wonderful, we have collected some of the most unbelievable facts from the world of aviation for our latest infographic. From money-saving moves to an eating habit that will definitely leave you scratching your head, when it comes to the bizarre, you only have to look to the skies.

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What Shapes the Public’s Opinion of Business and Government?

What Shapes the Public’s Opinion of Business and Government?

Personal experience is the main driver of American attitudes toward business, while second-hand sources like the news overwhelmingly shape opinions of the government. Americans have generally positive views toward business, particularly small business. A majority also have a favorable view of state government, but the public is strongly dissatisfied with the federal government.

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Five Things the Government Has Done Right

Five Things the Government Has Done Right

This infographic takes a look at five things the government has done right for the United States.

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Siri and Google Now: Your New Wingmen?

Siri and Google Now: Your New Wingmen?

Personal assistants were once regulated to top executives and celebrities. But with the advent of technology like Apple’s Siri and Google Now, anyone with a smartphone now has a wingman.

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How Important are Small Businesses to the U.S. Economy?

How Important are Small Businesses to the U.S. Economy?

The importance of small businesses to the United States’ overall economy has never been so evident. This infographic illustrates the great contributions that small businesses make to the economic landscape of this country.

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10 Ways Broadband Helps Rural Communities

10 Ways Broadband Helps Rural Communities

Broadband has changed the world as we know it, but it helps in more ways than people can know. This infographic finds how the internet has changed rural communities and has helped develop those areas.

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The Expanding Small Business Web

The Expanding Small Business Web

Online isn't just for the big boys anymore. Today, online tools and social media help small businesses effectively build an online presence with limited resources. This infographic explores how small businesses manage their brands online.

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The Evolution of the Railroad Industry

The Evolution of the Railroad Industry

Railroads in the United States have a long, interesting history but very few people are aware of it, possibly because railroads were used more frequently for transporting goods rather than passengers. Did you know that the history of railroads is almost as old as the country itself? Railroads have been the silent contributors of growth and prosperity.

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The Highs and Lows of Nursing

The Highs and Lows of Nursing

The thriving nursing industry is seeing a shortage of nurses. From hospitals to homes, registered nurses are an essential part of the health and medical industries. While it's the highest growing occupation in the United States, nursing is somehow still facing a shortage that's expected to continue for the next decade, despite available positions.

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The Time for Nursing Is Now!

The Time for Nursing Is Now!

Nursing is the fastest growing career industry in the country, and career opportunities for nurses are on the rise. If you are an amazing healer and considering a nursing degree, the time for you is now. Starting a nursing degree today means that you can be a part of this in-demand career in as little as 18 months. The following infographic by Goodwin College shows how the demand for nurses will surge over the next decade, and show you just where and how you will be needed in the medical field.

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Degrees in Nursing – Emerging Trends for RNs

Degrees in Nursing – Emerging Trends for RNs

Have you ever considered being a nurse? This infographic, Degrees In Nursing - Emerging Trends for RNs, uses the latest data on nursing and nursing degrees in the United States to detail the job outlook over the next 10 years, top salaries and top degree types for registered nurses.

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Nursing by the Numbers: How Nurses Stack Up

Nursing by the Numbers: How Nurses Stack Up

If you see information about DNP programs online, you are likely exposed to a great deal of information about the benefits of furthering your nursing degree. Can you visualize the true importance of nursing in the United States, however? Advancing your nursing degree can open many windows of opportunity in an ever-growing profession. This infographic helps illustrate the opportunities in more concrete terms.

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The Little Things

The Little Things

We all know that random acts of kindness go a long way. But did you know that being kind can improve your happiness and health? Check out Chronicle Books' infographic, which was inspired by one of their most popular books, "Happiness Is..." by Lisa Swerling and Ralph Lazar.

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Why Doing Good Is Good for Your Health

Why Doing Good Is Good for Your Health

Acts of kindness can boost one's health and happiness. People who volunteer tend to experience fewer aches and pains, better overall physical health and less depression. This infographic gives you 25 simple ways to be kind -- randomly or intentionally.

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What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?

What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?

When you were a kid, you aspired to be a doctor, musician, police officer and many other things. Find out how to make your dreams come true with this infographic.

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Television’s Six Eras

Television’s Six Eras

A focal point of many first-world households for over half a century, television has moved far beyond a simple means of basic entertainment. Today, the broadcast landscape continues to evolve.

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TV Viewing Habits, Broadcast to Streaming

TV Viewing Habits, Broadcast to Streaming

Ever since the birth of television in the late 1930s, it is undeniable how it has taken over the world entertainment. Television has become the world’s largest source of entertainment. But as old as television may be, it is also susceptible to change, and this infographic focuses on the changing viewing habits of the people with an emphasis on streaming and cable TV.

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The Psychology of Music

The Psychology of Music

There’s more to why we like music than just a catchy beat or an easy karaoke tune.

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Embracing the Sounds of Music

Embracing the Sounds of Music

Music is a universal form of self-expression with the capacity to evoke some serious sentiments. From hip-hop beats that inspire a gym workout to that Natalie Imbruglia album because it reminds you of eighth-grade prom, music makes the perfect companion for all defining moments in our lives. Hans Christian Andersen, famous Danish author, once wrote, "Where words fail, music speaks” -- a fitting statement for most music aficionados who often seek solace in the harmony of a good song.

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