• What Does Your Cup of Joe Say About You? [infographic]
    Your morning cup of joe might reveal more about you than you think. Check out this comically accurate infographic to see if your coffee fits your personality. You may be surprised to find out that you're more of a "latte" than a "frappuccino" after all.
  • The Internet Intervention [infographic]
    Do you ever find yourself checking your phone every ten seconds to see if you have a new notification? Or maybe you sneak a peek at your social profiles while you're on the clock because you need the change of stimulus every five minutes. If so, then it's time for an "internet intervention."
  • Online Interviewing: Why Body Language Means Everything

    Don't bother ironing your slacks for your next job interview, because you probably won't need them. Now that employers have opted for virtual interviews, you can probably get away with looking professional from the waist up. That doesn't mean you're off the hook when it comes to body language, however.

  • Why is STEM Education So Important?
    Jobs in science, tech, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields earn you more money and drive innovation and the economy forward. But how do we spark interest in these careers among today's students? Here's an illustration of just how critical today's STEM education is to tomorrow's economy.
  • 10 Social Media Tips to Get You Hired [infographic]
    You know all those posts where we talk about how social media can help candidates during their job searches? Well, here's another one ... except this time, it's in a pretty, user-friendly infographic format published by REED Global. Take a quick peek to discover just how beneficial social media can be for the determined job hunter.
  • The Great Divide: How Men and Women View Social Media Use in the Workplace [infographic]
    Women and men often see things differently, and this disconnect carries over to their views on social media use in the workplace. Microsoft commissioned a study to figure out why and where these differences exist between the two genders.
  • Turn That Frown Upside Down: Are You a Happy Employee? [infographic]
    The sad reality of having a job is that you probably hate it, at least some of the time. No one wants to do something that they "have" to do. So what does it take to make you a happy camper at work? Let's take a look at Yast.com's infographic "What Makes an Employee Happy?" to find out.
  • 16 Tips & Tricks for Giving Awesome Presentations [infographic]
    The fear of public speaking is one of the most common social fears known to man. In the professional world, presentations (a form of public speaking) play a significant role in the development and advancement of a person’s career, so it’s vital to learn ways to make the process less stressful. One way to relieve some of the anxiety is to create a presentation that will knock their socks off. Let’s take a look at sixteen tips and tricks from GetLifeMap.com’s infographic on how to create awesome presentations.
  • Think Outside the Box: Creative Ways to Get Your Resume Noticed
    Nowadays, it's not uncommon for recruiters to be inundated with hundreds, sometimes thousands, of resumes when trying to fill a position at a company. So, how can you (the job seeker) ensure that you get noticed out of the endless number of applicants? One of the best ways to connect with potential employers is through social media networks, but connecting sometimes isn't enough. We will take a look at some of the creative ways that social media can be used to get your resume noticed.
  • Out-of-the-ordinary Job Opportunities on LinkedIn [infographic]
    Just when you thought you've seen it all, LinkedIn released an infographic revealing ads featuring everything from ninjas to Antarctica to Diane von Furstenberg. If job hunting hasn't been promising lately, you may want to test your luck with these not-so-conventional opportunities that could possibly hold the key to your career success!
  • These 9 Countries Have the World's Best Maternity Leave Policies [infographic]

    Forget Google's celebrated five-month maternity leave. If you lived in one of these nine countries, you'd have a year off (much of it, paid) to spend with your brand-new family member.

  • Picture Me This: Visual.ly Converts Your LinkedIn Profile Into an Infographic
    Let's face it, the conventional resume is pretty darn boring. There's only so much you can do to make a one-page piece of paper containing your entire collegiate and professional career unique enough for a recruiter to notice it out of the hundreds and hundreds of resumes submitted. So how does the skilled, accomplished, and qualified candidate stand out in the crowd? Visual.ly might just have the picture-perfect solution to this very problem.
  • CEO Pay in Perspective: Infographic

    Nobody thinks being the CEO of a huge company is an easy job, so it makes sense that these bigwigs get big paychecks for their hard work. But when you compare the salaries of some CEOs to what their average workers earn, the difference can be a little mind-boggling. PayScale just published a newly updated comparison of the salaries of CEOs at the largest companies in the United States to those of their workers.

  • Why Social Engineering Works [infographic]

    As this Veracode infographic explains, social engineering is the art of manipulating people into performing actions or divulging confidential information. Could you fall victim?

  • How to Become A Game Designer [infographic]
  • What Can I Do With a Degree in Marketing? [infographic]

    Are you still wrestling with what degree you should get? There are a lot of options out there, which can lead you down vastly different paths. So where might a marketing degree lead? This Online Degrees infographic helps make sense of it all.

  • Forget March Madness - Which School Will Win Salary Madness?
  • The Road from Business Degree to Business Career [infographic]

    It's a long and windy road from the moment a future business graduate hits school to the time he or she sits down in an office space. This New England College Online infographic demonstrates what happens in between.

  • The Evolution of Content Consumption [infographic]

    The Internet has revolutionized the way we share information and even the way we live our lives. This Torch infographic demonstrates just how quickly content evolved.

  • Love 'Em or Hate 'Em: Top US Companies for Investors [infographic]

    There's a great deal of companies that are hated by consumers, yet loved by investors. It's a polar opposite dynamic that is at the base of this interesting Great Business Schools infographic.