What is the real story behind “Dollar Stores?” How they survive, who shops there, and what do they look like around the world? This infographic provides the answers to these questions.
There are two primary methods of dealing with payroll; use dedicated payroll software or completing the paperwork and other elements manually. This infographic provides a short summary of some of the common payroll related tasks that a manager would need to carry out on a typical day. It then looks at how long these tasks would take using both payroll software as well manual payroll methods.
Vacationing in Vegas is an American “rite of passage.” Last year alone the city drew 39 million families, retirees, bachelorettes and bros and there are 7 things they could all tell you about Vegas. This infographic takes a peek at Sin City’s crazy tourism industry.
If you are planning on getting engaged or are already engaged, this Marriage Proposal Guide from Brilliance is for you. Read on to get the facts on planning a proposal, buying the engagement ring, and popping the big question.
This infographic does not necessarily convey the message that Facebook causes depression because there is no data to support it. Instead, it illustrates how we use Facebook to share our thoughts, feelings, and personal interests.
Having a drink while shopping online is not an uncommon thing for many in the UK. While many actions ‘under the influence’ are not advised, shopping online seems to be harmless enough and takes the edge off of the cash that is leaving your bank account. This infographic investigates the characteristics of these online shoppers and shares some of the consequences they face while shopping under the influence.
I hate cancer. It has taken more loved ones than I care to mention. Want to help your body fight this terrible disease? The foods you put in your salad can help. Use this handy infographic published by MD Anderson Cancer Center to build a cancer-fighting salad.
SodaHead, an opinion-based site, has come out with an infographic that lists the best and worst reality shows of 2011, based on polling results.What do you think? Do you agree with the results?
The Child Tax Credit was extended until 2012 and you may be able to reduce your federal income tax by up to $1,000 for each qualifying child. Check out this Child Tax Benefit Infographic to see if you qualify for this and other tax deductions and credits.
How much do people spend annually on their pets? Do we have a pet “overpopulation” dilemma? And what about the health of pets vs. humans. Learn answers to these questions and more in this infographic.