Earning Power: A Visual Survey of 80 Occupations

Earning Power: A Visual Survey of 80 Occupations

September 15, 2013

What are all the statistical differences between different jobs? Do you have better odds being a card dealer in Vegas or Seattle? In which area of the country do janitors really clean up? Where should an elevator installer move to see his or her standard of living rise? All this and 77 more occupations get […]

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Work

February 11, 2013

I am always excited to do design work that involves organizing large amounts of information. For me, infographics are like a puzzle. I immensely enjoy moving information around and adding illustrations and symbols to best emphasize the information. This was one of those projects where my psychology background came in handy. Source

The State of Jobs in the United States

The State of Jobs in the United States

November 17, 2012

States with lower-than-average per-capita incomes tend to have fewer available jobs. A college degree can often lift a person to a better paying job, and online education allows the flexibility to take classes even when a person has a full time job and a family.See the below infographic for information about the State of Jobs […]

State of Jobs in USA

State of Jobs in USA

October 24, 2012

This infographic showcases the state of jobs in the U.S. Given the current economy, this is definitely a really interesting infographic that helps display where we are currently. Source

How Lawyers Are Using Social Media

How Lawyers Are Using Social Media

October 17, 2012

Not the first occupation that comes to mind, but lawyers are finally jumping on the social media train. They’re doing it slowly and with caution but a full 77% of firms polled have a social media presence. Check out this infographic to know more. Source

Breaking Down Alumni Demographics

Breaking Down Alumni Demographics

October 7, 2012

Sure, you may know what the College is known for, but how do the numbers actually add up? What do alumni do and where do they go after they pass through the Wren Building on graduation day? Source

The State of Jobs in the US

The State of Jobs in the US

September 13, 2012

Loads of news websites have reported that we’ve experienced a small upswing in jobs, with unemployment falling a bit, and more than 190,000 new jobs being created in February. This is obviously very exciting , and since we are all about helping people find jobs, we thought we’d see what cities and states in the […]

What factors go into choosing a career?

What factors go into choosing a career?

July 7, 2012

Today’s 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 career, others just want stability and good health benefits.