Career & Jobs Infographics

The Journey of Mark Zuckerberg

The Journey of Mark Zuckerberg

One of the youngest billionaires and philanthropists, Mark Elliot Zuckerberg gained popularity across the globe through his giant social networking website – Facebook. With a clear sense of vision in his mind, he made it to the top and now is valued at over $68 billion. In this infographic, let’s have an insight into the life of Mark Zuckerberg.

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Best Personal Trainer Certification

Best Personal Trainer Certification

Do you want to become a certified personal trainer but don’t know the difference between certifications? If so, this handy infographic from Fitness Mentors on the best personal trainer certification is your quick guide to help you compare certifications by important factors such as accreditation body, price, income of trainers, and more.

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The 50 Most Common Occupations & Their Likelihood of Automation

The 50 Most Common Occupations & Their Likelihood of Automation

The future of employment could look very different compared to how it looks today. This infographic by TitleMax.com looks at the 50 most-held occupation titles according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics National Occupation Employment and Wage Estimates and analyzes how likely they are to be automated in the future.

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The Truth About Mentors

The Truth About Mentors

Many successful people attribute part of their professional success to having a mentor. To learn more about why this is, Olivet Nazarene University recently surveyed 3,000 people about professional mentor relationships to see what they look like in 2019. The full results can be seen in the infographic below.

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The Most Dangerous Jobs in the United States

The Most Dangerous Jobs in the United States

Inspired by the labor shortages in the transport and construction industries, this infographic looks at the relationship between the danger of jobs and their compensation. By taking into account the fatality rate as opposed to just the total fatalities, you’re able to see which jobs are truly the riskiest and deadliest occupations in America.

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Make Your Nursing Resume Work For You

Make Your Nursing Resume Work For You

In the next ten years, the nursing industry is projected to grow by 15 percent, a number significantly higher than most industries. As more and more candidates enter this field, it’s crucial to build a resume that puts you ahead of the competition. This step-by-step infographic from CU’s online RN to BSN will walk you through building your nursing resume.

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Reimagining Your Career Past 50

Reimagining Your Career Past 50

4 in 5 Baby Boomers expect to keep working rather than retire due to financial necessity. Greypreneurs and the gig economy may be the answer to overcoming ageism in the workplace. Learn more about the rise of the greypreneur from this infographic from Best Masters Programs.

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Doing It Their Way: Gen Z And Entrepreneurship

Doing It Their Way: Gen Z And Entrepreneurship

Gen Z is shaping up to be one of the most entrepreneurial generations in history, but why? Watching their elders get kicked around by a bad economy is just one of the reasons. Learn more about GenZ and entrepreneurship within this infographic from Online Schools Center.

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The Psychology Of Work Fatigue

The Psychology Of Work Fatigue

Do you feel fatigued and stressed after work? 43% of workers say their job negatively impacts their stress level. Why do we go home exhausted after a long day of sitting and sit some more? Learn more about the complicated psychology behind work fatigue in this infographic from Psych Degrees.

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