Career & Jobs Infographics

Which Counseling Career is Best for You?

When it comes to counseling, there are multiple fields that you can work in. For people that want to help students and help people in making career decisions, then becoming a school or career counselor would be their best bet. For people who would like to advise people who have addictions or other behavioral problems then becoming a substance or behavioral counselor is the right path for them.

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The Evolution of the Recruitment Consultant

The recruiter of today is unrecognizable from even a few years ago. As technology changes every industry, recruiters have been impacted particularly hard. Recruiters have evolved with the times, but what does the future hold? Find out in the infographic below by RecruitLoop.

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Midlife Crisis & Worst College Degrees

One of the biggest problems with adults and their careers is many of them are not satisfied. Maybe they don’t feel they aren’t getting paid enough, or they aren’t enjoying the work they do, but whatever the case, dissastification in their job can result in various problems. This infographic from graduatedegreeprogram.net highlights some of the reasons people are dissatisfied with their jobs as well as some possible solutions.

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Your Boss Is Insane

Have you ever had a boss you thought deserved a padded cell? You’re not alone. Nearly one third of employees think their bosses should see a psychologist. And as it turns out, your so-called jaded assumptions might not be that far off.The following infographic from the folks at LearnStuff highlights many of the signs that you boss may be insane as well as the effect it can have on you.

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History of Design Crowdsourcing

When jobs and tasks are outsourced to a distributed group of people it’s called as crowd sourcing. Crowd sourcing is cheaper and it results in a greater number of solutions for a problem as the problem or the task is opened up to a large group from whom solutions and results are obtained. This infographic takes a look at the history of design crowd sourcing.

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An Average Day in the Life of Nursing

Nurses, what would we do without them? They are the ones that work the long hours, and spend most of the time with patients. They comfort us when we are afraid, and help many people through tough illnesses. This infographic presented by Jacksonville University School of Nursing highlights the average day for a nurse and what all they do for us. Check it out below to learn more

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National Employment Report August 2012

As you are probably already aware, the National Employment Report for the month of August was recently released. ADP has created an infographic to visualize the data so the information is easy to consume by the readers.

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America’s Skills Gap

The following infographic by Work Boots suggests that the skills gap in America can partially be explained by the growing number of retiring tradespeople and the shrinking number of willing-to-work applicants.

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Practice Makes Perfect

Apparently, being born with a natural talent isn’t enough. While we’d like to label certain individuals as having natural abilities, the truth of the matter is a lot of practice came into play for them to reach their full potential. Don’t believe us? Our friends at Zintro have an infographic that gives all the details explaining how to really perfect your craft.

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Medical Career Trends & Advancements

The following infographic delves into the historical medical advancement milestones, spells out every recognized medical career, provides compelling facts about former and current medical positions, and displays job and salary information for a select few.

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