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Tornadoes

Tornadoes

Tornado facts and statistics, including cities with the most EF5 tornadoes, interstates that tornadoes have crossed and the world's worst tornado.

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Our Nation’s Veterans

Our Nation’s Veterans

With military backgrounds, extensive training, specialized skills and breadth of experience, veterans bring many unique elements to the workforce.

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Making the Transition

Making the Transition

Veterans may have a difficult time transitioning from military life to civilian life, but there are products out there that can help. The Self-Directed Search can help provide guidance with translating military duties to civilian career skills.

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From the Armed Forces to the Workforces

From the Armed Forces to the Workforces

Some servicemen and women dedicate their entire careers to the armed forces; others spend several years in the military, then enter the civilian workforce. Transitioning from the armed forces to a regular 9-5 job can be difficult. This infographic looks at the most popular careers with people who have served time protecting our country.

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Veterans and Jobs

Veterans and Jobs

Thousands of men and women join the armed forces to protect and serve the United States. When their time of service is finished, however, an increasing number of these men and women are facing unemployment. This infographic looks at veterans and the job market.

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Veterans Move into Technology Jobs

Veterans Move into Technology Jobs

This infographic shows how military training prepares veterans for private sector jobs and how the value of a soldier’s technical training is the ideal preparation for work in the technical field.

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5 Reasons the Future of Agriculture Is Indoors

5 Reasons the Future of Agriculture Is Indoors

The Indoor Agriculture Conference team lists reasons why the future of farming is indoors and introduces some of the key players in the movement.

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Farming for the Long Haul

Farming for the Long Haul

Take an in-depth look at how conservation agriculture works: seed drills, rotating crops, crop yield increases, weeds, labor, soil, fertilizer, water, agroforestry and fuel usage.

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Why California’s Drought Makes Your Tomatoes So Expensive

Why California’s Drought Makes Your Tomatoes So Expensive

California had record low rainfall in 2013. It was potentially the driest year in the last 500 years, according to tree rings, and dry weather is expected to last through 2014. The state's $44.7 billion agriculture industry may take a significant hit, and prices for foods that are water-intensive to produce -- such as beef, milk and tomatoes -- might start reflecting California's water woes.

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Agricultural Streaming: Harvesting Opportunity

Agricultural Streaming: Harvesting Opportunity

See how streaming, a business model adopted from energy and metals companies, works as it is applied to agriculture. Many farm operators are significantly undercapitalized, offering excellent and overlooked investment opportunities. Agriculture streaming, borrowing from the streaming business model of energy and metals companies, takes advantage of this opportunity by bridging the gap in funding needed for farm working capital.

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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 shows how the Internet has changed and helped develop rural communities.

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The Cost to Connect

The Cost to Connect

While small businesses may not think about their Internet connections until the monthly bills arrive or the connections slow down productivity (or worse, stop it altogether), the businesses often depend on those connections. With President Barack Obama’s National Broadband Plan, high-speed Internet may become even more pervasive throughout the country.

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Our Very Connected, Always-On World

Our Very Connected, Always-On World

Our world is getting smaller and smaller, thanks to the increasing number of folks connecting to the Internet. Our world is getting faster, thanks to us being connected everywhere. Our world is getting more connected, and that in itself is changing the way we live, work, communicate and share. Here is a visual representation of our connected planet, by the numbers.

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Broadband Internet Speeds - Fun Facts & Figures

This visualization chart -- a quick reference guide on Internet broadband speeds -- includes everything from countries with the fastest Internet and those with the slowest to fun facts about Internet speeds.

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Evolution of Flight: Man’s Wonder

Evolution of Flight: Man’s Wonder

This infograph outlines some of the more prominent historical events in the evolution of flight.

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Business Aviation in 2013

Business Aviation in 2013

PrivateFly surveyed the business aviation industry to find out industry professionals’ views on business aviation in 2013, including business aviation growth, growth regions, what will inhibit growth of the business aviation industry, customer buying priorities, aircraft manufacturers, future aircraft launches, business aviation sectors (ownership, fractional, jet cards and private jet charters), operator consolidation and the split between leisure and business flights.

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What Factors Go Into Choosing A Career

What Factors Go Into Choosing A Career

This infographic indulges the fantasy a little – tempering it with a needed splash of reality. After all, while some people require unique experiences in their dream careers, others just want stability and good health benefits.

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Stages In A Career

Stages In A Career

In today’s workforce, long-term, full-time employment at your highest skill level is no longer a guarantee. How can you stay out of the unemployment trap? Now more than ever, it’s critical to think of your career as a lifelong process.

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New Age Jobs

New Age Jobs

Ever catch yourself wondering what jobs in the future are going to be like for your kids? Ten years ago, people didn’t work as social media managers or UX designers, but sure enough these jobs exist today. With technology advancing at a breakneck speed every year, we presume that the job market is going to look drastically different ten years from now. This infographic looks at the past, present and future career paths of Gen Y’ers and Gen Z’ers, particularly looking at the skills they’ll need and the types of jobs in the future.

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The Wine-Making Process: Harvesting

The Wine-Making Process: Harvesting

Climate is one of the most important influences on grape-growing. Grapes grow best in conditions with abundant sunshine, cool breezes and sufficient irrigation.

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