The Safest Vehicle of Every Type

In 2021 alone, it’s estimated that approximately 42,915 people died in motor vehicle accidents, per the National Highway Safety Administration. This was a major jump from the year prior at an increase of 10.5%, making it the largest number of fatalities on the road since 2005. Not only that, but it was the largest annual … Read more

Depression Rates by State: The Most Depressed U.S. Cities

What makes a person depressed? The answer to this has never truly been found. However doctors and mental health professionals continue to work tirelessly to find new treatments and define the causes. Some can link depression to genetics. Many people with a parent or grandparent that suffered from depression may be more at risk for … Read more

The U.S. Cities That Are Losing and Gaining the Most Businesses Each Year

It seems like there’s a new business opening on every corner, yet you also constantly hear about businesses closing their doors forever. Do certain areas of America see more success with new businesses than others? According to this graphic from SMBCompass, they do. Their team created it using data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Business … Read more

How Much More Money a High School Diploma Can Earn You in a Year

Is it worth it to finish high school? Today, many young people across the United States are finding themselves questioning if it’s worth it. They’re weighing the pros and cons of having a high school diploma versus not having one at all. This new infographic from the team at U.S. Career Institute analyzes how much … Read more

The Oldest Building in Each State

While the United States is still considered a younger nation around the world, it has a rich and diverse architectural history that tells a story about the people it originated from. The original thirteen colonies began forming throughout the 17th and 18th century, and with them came some of the most iconic style homes that … Read more

International Migration Trends (Infographic)

In 2020, the number of migrants had quadrupled since 1960, with 3.6% of the world’s population living outside of their country of origin. In just the last decade, nearly 60 million people have become migrants. There are numerous reasons for this, including labour and family migration. This ‘International Migration Trends‘ infographic shows that the number … Read more

The Largest and Longest Bridges of Every Type

Modern engineering has resulted in many magnificent marvels around the world, and the best of the best are shown in this new infographic from the team at Alan’s Factory Outlet, which looks at the world’s longest and largest bridges by category. The infographic itself offers a great variety of interesting information about each bridge, including … Read more

The Best Breakfast Spot in the 25 Biggest U.S. Cities

No matter where you are or what your preferred breakfast dish is, there’s a pretty good chance that you have a favorite breakfast spot somewhere in your town. From the team at Kulick’s French Toast Recipes comes this infographic that looks at the best breakfast spots in the 25 most populated cities across the United … Read more

High Schools With the Highest Math and Reading Test Scores in Every State

A great school district is a draw for many parents where they’re planning to make a big move, as they’ll want their children to receive the best education possible. From the team at U.S. Career Institute, this new infographic analyzes both math and reading proficiency scores to determine the best high school in every U.S. … Read more