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The Digital Divide

June 29, 2014

Here’s an interesting infographic on the current state (2011) of the “Digital Divide,” the gap between those who have access to information technology and those who don’t. In a radio essay earlier this year, a debate about educators must begin a revisit considerations of the Digital Divide in the current age of social media. Source

We Work Hard For No Money

We Work Hard For No Money

March 15, 2013

Who does the most unpaid work around the world? From cooking and cleaning to walking the dog and childcare, this infographic has the answers. Based on an OECD report, it compares unpaid work performed in 29 different countries and gives us a gender break-down (where do you think men do the least work around the […]

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Are You In the 99%

February 3, 2013

Who’s in the 99%? Those who earn less than $355,000 a year, according to IRS tax returns from 2009, which provide some information on the top 5%, top 1%, and top 0.1%. The U.S. Census provides 2010 household income data up to $250,000, which represents the lower 98%. Above $250,000 is the top 2%, and […]

The Evolution of the U.S. Household (1950s to Today)

The Evolution of the U.S. Household (1950s to Today)

November 6, 2012

Family life was very different in the Fifties. For starters, it was probably a two parent household. Divorce was uncommon (mainly due to societal pressures) so almost 90% of families had a husband and a wife present. People just didn’t like to live alone. Source

First Time Buyers: The Stats

First Time Buyers: The Stats

November 5, 2012

We at The KCM Crew are pursuing our mission of building a home for real estate information. We are truly dedicated to helping real estate professionals by supplying all the tools and resources they need to be seen as industry leaders in their marketplace. Source

British Buying Power

British Buying Power

October 31, 2012

We take a look at exactly how British households are spending their money each week, and in what regions of the Uk families are spending the most and the best. Source

Our Green Homes

Our Green Homes

October 6, 2012

Home energy is one of the largest sources of energy use that exists. From electricity, to natural gas, to oil, kerosene and even wood, there are a variety of energy sources that we use to power the many appliances and energy needs of our home.

Growing A Good Life

Growing A Good Life

September 19, 2012

Grow Your Own is trending upwards in the UK. There is encouraging evidence that the trend is becoming less of a novelty and is beginning to embed in the household routine. Source

Home Sweet Spending

Home Sweet Spending

September 10, 2012

What would happen if your family spent money like the government? Source

Home improvement Trends 2011

Home improvement Trends 2011

September 6, 2012

People are always taking on a house project – whether its remodeling their kitchen or landscaping their backyard. This infogaphic looks at the most popular home improvement trends of 2011. Source

Where Does All My Money Go?

Where Does All My Money Go?

June 23, 2012

Infographic designed for www.creditdonkey.com Source