• Who Wins the College Salary BCS Championship?

    Tonight's final game in College Bowl Season is the BCS National Championship, which pits Notre Dame against Alabama. We decided to predict the winner based on our favorite data -- salary data.

  • Who Wins the College Salary Cotton Bowl?

    Texas A&M University is up against OU in the Cotton Bowl Classic tonight. If the winner were chosen based on salary potential after graduation, who would win? Would the Aggies beat the Sooners?

  • Exhausted? Survey Says 87% Are Overworking [infographic]

    An astounding 87 percent of workers in the U.S. feel they are overworking. According to a survey conducted by Wrike, it doesn't matter if you're a business owner or a freelancer, most respondents to the survey are working too much.

  • Who Wins the College Salary Fiesta Bowl?

    In today's college bowl game match-up, the University of Oregon faces off with Kansas State in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. When it comes to post-graduation earning potential, will the Ducks trample the Wildcats?

  • 12 Developing Countries Where the Millionaire Population is Exploding [infographic]

    Do you want to be a millionaire? Well, your best bet to become one might lie in a developing country. According to a Global Wealth Report from The Financialist, which looked at personal wealth from around the globe, in the next five years or so, that's where the majority of the world's millionaires will come from.

  • Who Wins the College Salary Sugar Bowl?

    College Bowl season is in full swing. In today's Sugar Bowl, the University of Florida Gators square off against the University of Louisville Cardinals. If the winner were determined by salary potential after graduation, who would win?

  • How to Maximize Business Growth [infographic]

    Artist Lisa Nelson of the company See In Colors created an infographic using pictures and text to illustrate a conversation with entrepreneur Angela Jia Kim, founder of Savor the Success. The result shows the steps to growing a business.

  • Best and Worst Franchise Trends of 2012 [infographic]

    2012 was the year of the entrepreneur, and there's hope that 2013 will continue the trend of thinking outside of the box. Sometimes this way of thinking can lead to franchise opportunities, both great and small, as this infographic proves.

  • Why We Should Invest In More Women-Owned Startups [infographic]

    More and more women are proving that to be successful in business, gender is irrelevant. Females can bring qualities and values to a startup environment to make them great leaders, as this Business Insider infographic proves.

  • Top Secrets to Make Recruiters Find You [infographic]

    Job hunting is never easy, but there are some secrets to make it work in your favor. This infographic will help you discover some top secrets to make recruiters find you.

  • A Short History of Facebook Privacy Failure [infographic]

    It's no secret that when you post content on a social media site, the chances of expecting complete privacy are quite small. You might be surprised just how small they are, though.

  • Is it Time to Go Back to School? [infographic]

    The economic uncertainty over the past several years has caused many jobseekers to consider going back to school. This infographic examines some of the statistics around higher education to help you weigh your decision.

  • The World's Workforce [infographic]

    Here's something that may surprise you. While the general workforce has decreased around the globe, the rate of women and people 55 to 64 years old who are employed has actually increased.

  • The Rise of the MOOCs [infographic]

    With a four-year college degree costing nearly six figures, it's easy to understand why more and more people are turning to online courses to further their education. MOOCs, Massive Open Online Courses, are giving students the opportunity to earn a degree without putting themselves in major debt.

  • The Most Dangerous Job in the World [infographic]

    Poor Santa Claus is often taken for granted. Have you ever really thought about what goes into doing his job? Forget crab fishing and being a stunt double -- this is the most dangerous job in the world.

  • The Power of the PANK [infographic]

    Do you know what a PANK is? It's a Professional Aunt, No Kids. They don't have to be an aunt literally, though. The term is used for women who have a special bond with a child that is not their own. This could mean being a godparent, cousin, friend or just a good neighbor. Because of their digitally connected lifestyle and dynamic influence, marketers are increasingly seeking out this key demographic, as this Weber Shandwick infographic proves.

  • How to Become a Wedding Planner [infographic]

    Have you ever thought about becoming a wedding planner? Many people dream about their wedding day. It's one of the most special days a person will ever experience in their lifetime. Imagine being able to be a part of bringing that dream to life. This Schools.com infographic examines the ins and outs of being a wedding planner.

  • The PayScale Salary Bowl [Infographic]

    For many of us, January 1st represents a new beginning, a clean slate, and a chance to make significant changes in our lives. For college football fans, January 1st signifies the start of something else: College Bowl Games. While many fans are looking to the season stats to predict the winners, we at PayScale did what we do best -- we looked at the data. If salary potential after graduation was the deciding factor, which teams would be victorious in the bowl games of 2013?

  • New College Grads Seek Annual Salary Increases Over Healthcare [infographic]

    In a new survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), the most important benefit new college grads are looking for is a salary increase. That alone has become a priority above any other type of benefit.

  • Does Leadership Quality Matter? [infographic]

    What can the University of Notre Dame teach us about leadership quality? A whole lot, especially if you look at the similarities between leadership in sports and business. A good leader can bring a team to the heights of greatness or knock them to the ground before they've even gotten the chance to start.