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The recent 2013 US government shutdown sheds light on what agencies we really find important. In this infographic you can see which agencies were working, partially working or were furloughed during the shutdown.
The majority of Americans are still trying to recover from the recession of 2007. For many, this may include relocating. But which state is in the best financial position? Which state has the highest minimum wage? Money Choice has created an infographic entitled “The Financial States of America”, which answers all of these questions, and more.
This infographic from provides a brief history of the U.S. government’s misadventures, mishandling and misuse of your tax dollars. If you are not already from reading that statement, read on because you will be soon enough!
Want to take a look into the future? Check out the infographic below presented by SelfStorage.com to learn which communities and careers will see the most growth in the year 2020.
Protecting the president is a lot of work, and there have been many conspiracy theories, assassination and assassination attempts throughout the years. Check out the infographic below presented by SecurityDegreeHub.com to learn more about the history of protecting the POTUS (President of the United States).
Maple syrup. Ice hockey. Niceness. The “Canadian Tuxedo“. Yes, Canada is famous for many, many things – and yet somehow they still feel under appreciated next to their North American neighbors. Well, enough is enough. WebHostingReviews.ca puts the record straight in this infographic listing seventeen – count ‘em – reasons why Canada rules the school.
Quicken Loans has created an infographic illustrating the incredibly history of the United States of America. This infographic starts from the date the Declaration of Independence was created to the day that the 4th of July was declared a paid holiday. It includes the history of the real Uncle Sam, along with some surprising statistics you may not have known about the signers of the Declaration of Independence.
What would happen if the U.S. went to war with North Korea over nuclear threats? Which country has the largest capability by the numbers? The following infographic explores this issue.
Journey through the legendary life of Abraham Lincoln. Explore facts about Lincoln’s genealogy and family tree. Find out what jobs Abe had before he was elected president. Discover his hobbies and inventions. Learn about his role in America’s political history and the Civil War. Get the names, dates, faces and places that were important in his life in this Abraham Lincoln infographic from GenealogyBank.com.
From a faked moon landing to reptiles controlling the world, Best Psychology Degrees shows us 12 of the weirder things Americans believe in the following infographic entitled, “The United States of Conspiracy.”
Have you ever wanted to become a hacker? Well, you’re in luck. The government is looking for students to counter cyber terrorism, or otherwise known as white hat hackers. Check out the infographic below presented by homeland-security-degree.org to learn more about how the government is trying to beef up their cyber security workforce.
A country’s flag is a source of great pride, whether it’s being flown on a national holiday or being waved in the air at a event. This is certainly no exception for the United States. The U.S. flag has become just as much a part of the American culture and identity as baseball, apple pie and fruited plains.
The idea that the American government can’t do anything right has become pervasive. However, sometimes they can get things right and actually improve our lives. Check out the infographic below presented by bestsocialworkprograms.com to learn about five things the government has actually done right.
The U.S. National Park System is home to some of the world’s most breathtaking and fragile environments as well as artifacts of cultural and historical significance from the Pre-Columbian era through the Civil Rights Movement. The Park System covers more than 84 million square acres and requires a budget of around $3 billon each year to maintain.