What Americans Eat

What Americans Eat

August 26, 2013

Evaluating the diets of Americans. Source

Everything You Need to Know About Fast Food

Everything You Need to Know About Fast Food

April 26, 2013

One of the biggest symbols of American culture is the fast food industry. What was once a luxury and seen as a frivolity, it’s grown into a multi-billion dollar industry that capitalizes on the convenience desired by the average American along with serving up ludicrously large portions to what was once American excess but is […]

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What $40 Means to Americans Across the Country

February 4, 2013

The typical American family making $50,000 a year will have about $40 less to spend or save with each paycheck if Congress fails to extend the payroll tax cut. The White House asked Americans to tellus what losing that $40 would mean to them. More than 30,000people across the country submitted responses on WhiteHouse.gov. Source

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A Visual Guide To Pissing Off The Financial World

January 15, 2013

This infographic shows a concise explanation of how the AIG bailout pissed off just about every person in America. The American International Group (AIG) managed to get itself in a whole lot of trouble financially, with the government and with every person in America. Source

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How Much Do Americans Save

January 8, 2013

How much money does the average American have in their savings account, and how does that compare against other nations? How much do we put away each month, and is that better or worse than a decade ago? If questions like these keeps you up at night, then you’re in luck as our latest infographics […]

A Look at Where American Jobs Are Going

A Look at Where American Jobs Are Going

December 8, 2012

We came across this infographic created by MBAProgramInfo.com which highlights the issue of jobs and unemployment very well. The infographic is laid out well and has enough information to give us an idea as to why we are losing jobs to other countries. For example, hiring a software engineer in India is relatively cheaper as […]

Who Filed for Bankruptcy in the USA?

Who Filed for Bankruptcy in the USA?

December 4, 2012

Americans of all walks of life can find themselves deep in debt or underwater on their loans. For millions of people each year, filing bankruptcy provides a real debt relief solution. See the key demographics of bankruptcy filers and how they have changes since the beginning of the recession. Source

Americans Hit Debt Ceiling of their Own

Americans Hit Debt Ceiling of their Own

October 22, 2012

Wink and Wink report that the median American family never pays off their credit cards. Wink and Wink have found that the median American family has carried at least $4,300 in credit card debt for more than 20 years, effectively never paying off their credit card debt. Source

So You Want To Go To The Super Bowl...

So You Want To Go To The Super Bowl…

August 25, 2012

Here shows the number of teams to win MLS Cup in their home stadium, number of clubs to win back-to-back, find out more in this cool infographic! Source

How Many Households Are Like Yours?

How Many Households Are Like Yours?

August 3, 2012

With the interactive tool “How Many Households Are Like Yours?” you can explore different types of American households and see how they have changed over time. Social Explorer analyzed data from the Integrated Public Use Microdata Series (IPUMS) for the feature, which was created by Jeremy White, Ford Fessenden, Sergio Pecanha and Matthew Ericson. Source

American Consumer: Retail Therapy for Tough Economic Times

American Consumer: Retail Therapy for Tough Economic Times

July 13, 2012

Infographic designed for Credit Donkey Source