Category: Education Infographics
Education costs have risen exponentially over the past thirty years and yet more students choose the college route in hopes of earning a better salary. But here’s the question we need to be asking ourselves in today’s highly competitive world: Is it worth it? isucceedbook.com explores this in the following infographic.
There’s no two ways about it: College is expensive. From books and supplies to rent and tuition, students are struggling with more debt than ever before. An average college degree costs $88,000, and leaves a student $23,000 in debt. With $1 trillion in outstanding student loans across the nation, it’s no surprise that college enrollment is on the decline.
Scientific research and development may be a controversial subject, but Super Scholar has created a fact-packed infographic detailing everything you need to know about the current affairs-and the future-of scientific research and development spending, entitled “Brain Trust”.
This infographic takes a look at the proven, positive impact that musical education makes on children from all backgrounds, through cognitive development, creativity, self-confidence and more.
Tenure provides job security and protects the academic freedom of experienced professors, but is it really a good thing? Check out the infographic below to learn more.
In the following infographic, you can see the fluctuation of new law school students compared to graduates who have found work in the law field. For example, in 2010 nearly 50,000 students accepted admission to law schools. From the same year, only 51% of graduates found employment in private practice. And only 68% of grads found themselves in a position that requires a law degree at work.
Music education is an important, but often overlooked, form of education that has countless benefits. Music education is evolving rapidly and there are now many cost effective and beneficial tools to help make music education possible, like the iPad. To learn more about how music education is evolving in the education world, checkout this infographic.
The United States has fallen from producing a quarter of the world’s global output to less than one fifth, while nations like China and India have rapidly caught up. While there are many reasons for this trend, one major factor is the lack of innovation in computer science, due to lesser numbers of computer science students. The U.S. is placing a major focus on STEM education and growth, but they’re failing to focus on one subject that may be the most important: computer science.
Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM): these four subjects may strike fear in students across the nation. However, these degrees are becoming more valuable each day. In fact, there are over 3 million jobs available in the STEM marketplace, and many of these positions are being outsourced due to a lack of qualified applicants in the United States.
There are some amazing people out there with mental disabilities. Check out the infographic below to learn about the unique contributions of people with learning disabilities.
Boys and girls have always fought for superiority. However, it seems that the scales may be tipped from a very early age. For every 100 girls born, there are 5 males are born. For every 100 girls that repeat kindergarten, 194 males repeat. These numbers become staggering as they age. TopMastersinEducation.com has created an infographic entitled “No Boy Left Behind”, detailing how our education system is failing our young men, and what we can do about it.
Many people think math is the hardest subject, but it’s actually not. Check out the infographic below to learn why reading is actually harder.
You probably have never thought about it, but learning how to code at an early age can really benefit kids. Not only is it easy to learn, but empowers them as well. Check out the infographic below to learn more.
Finding a job in todays’ economy may seem like a challenge, but if you lack a degree, it may be impossible. More frequently than ever, jobs are requiring a degree. Best Masters Degrees has created an infographic entitled “I Need a Degree for that?” which uncovers jobs you never knew would require a degree, and details the salary and the cost of the necessary degree.