The days of handing out multiple paper resumes in order to land a job is quickly fading away. Social media is the new 24/7 job fair, Facebook being a key player. This Infographic looks at how people are using social media to land jobs.
At first glance, it might not seem as though gamers and members of the military have much in common. Probably not on second glance either. But they do have one thing in common – a hunger for challenge and achievements. In gamers this manifests as a compulsion to complete 100% of a game’s content (even beyond just beating the game), but in the military it means gaining as many medals, qualifications, and ribbons as possible, along with increasing one’s rank.
This is an all inclusive illustration of testicular cancer symptoms, demographics, risk factors and more. BTB Sunglasses has teamed up with the Testicular Cancer Society to help raise awareness of testicular cancer.
This Infographic helps us to understand the rage behind the popular mobile game “Angry Birds,” a game that has broken all possible records selling over 12 million copies.
This Infographic from Puppies ‘N Dogs visualizes the change in popularity of the U.S.A’s top 25 canines over the past decade. Which breed do you think will come out on top?
This Infographic, created by Blog Search Engine, allows you to learn more about what actually happens behind the scenes at Google Search.
Named one of the best companies to work for (more than once) according to Forbes, there are definitely a lot of perks working for the technology giant, Google. However, actually landing a job there is not for the feebel-minded as you will see in this Infographic.
Consumption of alcohol is something of a national pastime. However, some countries might be taking this pleasure to the extreme. This Infographic shows which countries booze it up the most as well as their favorite alcohol.
Crazy to believe how big Google has grown: $29.3 billion in revenue in 2010 with 2011 figures expected to be even larger. This Infographic from BusinessMBA.org shows where that revenue is derived from and even more interesting, how it compares to the GDP of some of the world’s poorest countries.
It’s common knowledge that soda pop is not the healthiest thing for your body, but what about fruit drinks sold over the counter? You might think that these are a healthier alternative, but this infographic reveals that most fruit drinks have more calories and sugar than a can of Coke.