• 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 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.

  • Inexpensive Ways to Motivate Without Money [infographic]

    They say that money can't buy happiness, and it can't always buy employee motivation either. Check out these helpful tips by Progressive Business Publications Newsletters for motivating workers without your wallet.

  • The Cost of Consulting: The Economics, Pros, Cons & Associated Fees [infographic]

    Are you thinking about becoming a consultant? Business is booming in that area, so the timing couldn't be better. This Zintro infographic shares some important things you should consider about consulting.

  • A Comprehensive Guide to Moving Office [infographic]

    Is it time to move your office into another building? If you've been realizing that your employees aren't as happy as they could be, or that you don't have enough light or open space, then check out this infographic to make your move as effortless as possible.

  • What Makes Workers Happy? Optimizing Your Office Space [infographic]

    Keeping workers happy is the key to productivity. There are lots of tips and ideas as to how make employees happy, but here's one of the simpler ones: Design the office environment in a way that makes employees feel at ease.

  • How Has Employee Tenure Changed Over Time? [infographic]

    Pop quiz: How long do you think the average employee tenure is in the U.S.? If you said five years, you're close: it's actually 4.6 years. Rasmussen College crunched the numbers on employee tenure and unveiled some curious statistics.

  • Work Engaged, Work Inspired [infographic]

    Employees who are engaged in their work are happier and more productive than those who are simply showing up and putting their time in. A work-inspired environment that values employees and highlights individual strengths has a higher rate of success across the board, financially and professionally. This infographic demonstrates how and why.

  • Building Your LinkedIn Profile? Avoid These 8 Buzzwords [infographic]

    Ready for a side of irony with your professional social networking? The most popular self-descriptor this year on LinkedIn profiles, at least for Americans, was "creative."

  • Zombie Businesses: Companies That Came Back From the Dead [infographic]

    If you are in need of some inspiration, the facts in this infographic should do the trick. Did you know that in 1985, Steve Jobs was fired by Apple? The ensuing years saw the company lose revenue in spades to the PC and Windows operating system. It wasn't until 1997, when Apple decided to hire Steve Jobs again, that it hit its stride and became the go-to company for innovation and design.

  • How Valued Are You at Work? [infographic]

    Have you ever wondered whether you're valued at work? Here's a simple infographic that will allow you to take a test and see.

  • Strategies for Sleeping at Work [infographic]

    The good people at Online Clock have focused on helping others wake up and get to work on time, but now they've turned their attention to those sleepy moments while you're at work. They shared some of their favorite sneaky tips for getting some rest on the down low, right under your boss's nose.

  • How Shark Tank is Popularizing Entrepreneurship [infographic]

    ABC's hit reality series "Shark Tank" has created a new wave of excitement for entrepreneurship. One of the show's producers, Clay Newbill, explained how they find participants: "My goal is to find the best people with the best ideas. Whether it be for a business or a product, I look first for something that makes me and my team say, 'Wow!' We actually call them 'wow' ideas."

  • Is Personal Branding the New Corporate Culture? [infographic]

    Whether it's investing in leadership training or implementing productivity improvements, more and more companies are realizing that their success is dependent on the individuals they employ. This means taking personal branding and corporate culture in a new direction.