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How Does The Way You Look Affect Your Job Prospects?


Have you ever thought that the way you look might affect your job prospects? And we don’t mean lifestyle choices like hairstyle or piercings, but the way you were born – your gender or ethnicity. The team at GradWeb have put together this statistical look at the job market to determine how many applicants got hired in different positions across ...

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How Long Do You Spend In The Bathroom?


Do you know how much time you spend in your bathroom performing tasks like brushing your teeth, shaving, or even cleaning? Well wonder no more as Bathroom Deal have put together this handy infographic detailing how much time the average person spends performing these tasks and how much time that equates to over the course of their lifetime. How do ...

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The Great British Surgical Stats


New Birkdale Clinic have created this stunning infographic which details the most popular surgeries in the UK during 2014. We take a look at what’s hot and what’s not in the world of plastic surgery and compare those to our tastes and trends from 2004. With some surprising results we can see which procedures have prevailed over the years and ...

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Memorial Day: Remembering The Fallen


Whatever you do this holiday weekend, take a moment to appreciate what it really all means. Ultimatecoupons wanted to pay homage to the heroes that fight for our country.  The infographic below has several interesting facts about the inception of Memorial Day and common practices to honor our servicemen.  They also included information about one of America’s favorite pastimes, the Memorial ...

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Easter by the Numbers

Easter by the numbers

The people of Degreesearch.org made a fun Easter Infographic with some shocking chocolate facts. Designed a year ago yet still the best Easter infographic made so far.

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UK Burglary Statistics


Did you know the most likely break-in and burglary victims are single-parent families in urban UK areas? The UK Burglary Statistics infographic was created to inform people about the rate of burglaries in different UK areas, and the strategies used by housebreakers. Brought to you by tescocompare.com. Brought to you by tescocompare.com

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The Ultimate Guide to Halloween Statistics


How much candy do people eat on Halloween? How many kids go trick-or-treating? What should be on your playlist for your Halloween party? We put together The Ultimate Guide to Halloween Statistics Infographic to answer all these questions and more, including the best scary movies to watch, the history of trick-or-treating, and just what costume to pick for 2011. Read ...

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Social Media World in Statistics


Using our Engagement Analytics, we have put together our products’ expertise, knowledge and our real passion for the analytics. This results in the most important overview of social networks that we measure. Brought to you by socialbakers.com. Brought to you by socialbakers.com

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Horn of Africa Sees Worst Drought in 60 Years

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A famine is occurring in several regions in the Horn of Africa as a result of a severe drought that is affecting the entire Eastern Africa region. The drought, said to be “the worst in 60 years”,has caused a severe food crisis across Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya that threatens the livelihood of more than 12 million people. This infographic provides ...

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The 50 Richest People on Earth


Who are the richest people on the planet, how much are they worth, where they are now, and what got them so filthy rich! Brought to you by Creditloan.com. Brought to you by Creditloan.com

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How To Get A Job In Tech


With the country still deep in recession, the jobs situation seems to be worsening with each passing day. Americans are seriously hurting, and with through-the-roof unemployment combined with stagnant wages, large-scale economic recovery seems a long ways off. A few industries, however, seem impervious to decline, and tech is one of those industries. Indeed, with Android and iPhone sales raging ...

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The Rise and Fall of Advertising Media


Of all the venues marketers are using to get their message across, mobile marketing is the area that is experiencing an overwhelming increase. The infographic below tells the complete story of the importance of mobile. Don’t believe it. Chew on this: users are spending about a minute on their average Internet session, but more than half that time on mobile ...

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The Elderly Population is Exploding, Yet Nursing Homes are Closing


A visually compelling graphic that covers the rash of nursing home closures that have been occurring since 2008 across the United States. Even in the face of a ballooning Boomer and elderly population, nursing homes are closing, and minority areas are feeling the brunt of it. Brought to you by assistedlivingtoday.com.   Brought to you by assistedlivingtoday.com

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Allergens in your home that you didn’t know about


With the fall season already in full swing and winter only a few weeks away, many allergy sufferers are ready to put away the medication and begin to breath freely again. While these Americans may be looking forward to a nice respite after one of the longest allergy seasons on record, the winter weather can be just as bad for ...

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Twacked: When Twitter Accounts Go Bad


Twitter‘s biggest users are no strangers to hackers. Whether due to malicious email attachments or weak passwords, everyone from Lady Gaga to Barack Obama to Ellen DeGeneres has been a target. Having your account hacked is invariably embarrassing, but the stakes are far higher when malicious messages are sent from a high-profile user like Justin Bieber, who has some 12+ ...

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Where Tech is Born


Sometimes, new discoveries come at the most unexpected times in the most unexpected settings. So how do you create such an environment catering to both? This infographic shows just how tech is born, highlighting MIT Media Labs, the leader in such the field. Brought to you by onlinephd.org. Brought to you by onlinephd.org

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The hidden cost of household gadgets


Electricity consumption is already higher than ever, and experts say it will only continue to rise. What are the long-term implications for your wallet? Brought to you by mnn.com courtesy of our friends at 1BOG.org. Brought to you by mnn.com

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9.5 Million Students Without Digital Acces at Home


Microsoft launched a three-year program to ensure that 1 million students from low-income families in the United States receive the benefits of software, hardware and broadband Internet service. Brought to you by Microsoft. Brought to you by Microsoft

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Never Leave Home Again


Here’s a thought experiment for you: Imagine that one day, for whatever reason, you decided you never wanted to leave the house again. Maybe you’ve pondered this idea after a long day in front of the computer, in your underwear. We sometimes find that we can go whole days without leaving the house, but what about forever? Is staying home ...

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