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11 Things the Wealthiest Americans Can Buy for the U.S

February 14, 2013

This infographic shows that the richest families in the United States collective own 1.37 trillion dollars. To put this in perspective they show what these families can buy for the United States to relieve some of it’s major problems. Source

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The Most Expensive Cities

February 5, 2013

This infographic gives a visual analysis of the most expensive cities in the world. It gives information for the cost of food, public transportion and goods in several cities globally. Source

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CBO’s Long Term Projections Social Security

January 20, 2013

In this infographic the Congressional Budget Office provides information for the distribution of social security when the baby boomers come to the age to get their social security. It provides information for how the government will finance social security, how it will be distributed and the legislative timeline.

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Comparing the Growth of U.S Family Incomes

January 17, 2013

This infographic provides a visual to show the disparity of growth in family income from the poor to the rich since 1947. This infographic shows that the gap between the rich and the poor have drastically grown since the late 1940’s. Source

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Where did All the Money Go?

January 11, 2013

This infographic provides information for the financial crisis. It provides a break down with a brief explanation of each stage of how the United States ended up in such a bad recession. It shows that economic starting with easy credit that lead to bad debts that eventually lead to a global economic crisis. Source

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The American Jobs Act

December 31, 2012

This infographic provides information about the American Jobs Act. It explains how it works to create jobs and how much the U.S government is investing in it. Source

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The State of Unemployment in the US

December 27, 2012

No news from the Bureau of Labor Statistics is bad news for the U.S. economy. The government agency just released its August unemployment report, shaking the markets and consumer confidence alike. No jobs were added in August and the unemployment rate remained unchanged at 91%. Source

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How the Poor Economy Has Led to Poor Nutrition

December 19, 2012

This nfographic provides information about the relation to the economic downturn and eating nutritiously. Studies, surveys and statistics find that the bad economy has caused people to buy and consume healthy foods less, to exercise less, and to smoke more. Stress and the hours at work are the cause of these new poor habits. Source

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U.S Public Libraries At Risk

December 14, 2012

With the U.S economy in recession and the advent of eBooks, libraries in the U.S are risk for closing down. This infographic takes a look at the public’s perceptions of public libraries and ways you can support the public libraries in the States. Source

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Huge Bonuses During Huge Layoffs

December 12, 2012

It’s no secret that the U.S and global economy has been in a bad state for the last few years, but the irony of this time is, as more people are getting laid off from jobs because of the recession, concurrently more CEOs and executives are getting bigger and bigger bonuses. This infographic lists the […]

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U.S. National Debt

October 27, 2012

This infographic created by the current administration provides data to show the current U.S National debt and where the U.S spent their money which created that debt. Source

How do we Coddle the Super Wealthy?

How do we Coddle the Super Wealthy?

October 4, 2012

The rules in the U.S that have been developed over the past 30 years, have been made by the super wealthy in favor of the super wealthy. This infographic provides a list of things that are done in the U.S to protect the wealth of the richest in America at the cost of those economically […]