This infographic lists a few of the largest offenders, including Dennis J. Murray of Marist College, who makes $2,688,148 per year, Amy Gutmann, President of the University of Pennsylvania, who makes $2,091,764 per year, and Ronald J. Donald, President of Johns Hopkins University, who makes just over $1.8 million per year. 42 private college Presidents…Read More President Vs. Student: Exploring University President Salaries
Scientific research and development may be a controversial subject, but www.superscholar.org has created a fact-packed infographic detailing everything you need to know about the current affairs-and the future-of scientific research and development spending, entitled “Brain Trust”. The United States spends more on scientific research and development than any other country in the world. Asia, however, spends more as…Read More Brain Trust
Math, science, and reading are all subjects that every nation covers. While education in the United States is under attack by budget cuts, how do other countries stack up? Quickenloans.com has created an infographic entitled “Analyzing Education around the World”, comparing countries like Germany, South Korea, and Australia in areas like class size, graduation rates,…Read More Analyzing Education Around the World
Finances are complex. The average American has a monthly mortgage payment of $1,061; an average utility bill of $163, a student loan payment of $290, a car payment of $428, and a credit card debt of over $4,500. With these numbers, it’s easy to see why Americans need to utilize budgeting tools. And in this…Read More Real Money, Virtual Wallets
What does it take to be a successful CEO? Of all the questions I’m asked, this is far and away the most frequent. While I could answer the question by offering anecdotal evidence or experiential commentary, I thought I’d try something a bit different… I asked my research team to examine the biographical information of…Read More DNA Of Fortune 100 CEOs
How would you like to start out the New Year saving money? This infographic will show you 13 different money saving tips that will help you save a combined total of $11,244.00! These tips are simple adjustments to your daily life that will help you take control of your debt and fatten up your bank…Read More 13 Money Saving Tips for 2013
Most consumers prefer to use traditional methods and tools to fulfill important tasks in everyday life. In today’s fast paced world, what we as consumers don’t mind doing is paying a premium for a technology that makes life simpler. What this Infographic aims to do is explain to the reader about one such technology – …Read More How does VPS work in Forex Trading?
Have you ever calculated the cost of purchasing and selling mutual funds? When you purchase a mutual fund, you pay Purchase Fees i.e. Front End Load. When you redeem the money, you pay Redemption Fees i.e, Back End Load. Plus, from your money, the fund pays the advisor and managers. So how much is your…Read More Mutual Fund Fees
We often talk about the wealthiest person of the world or about the highest salaried employee, but to know about the highest paid leaders is also same important The InfoGraphic Design Team Has created this Infographic on the World’s Highest Paid Leaders which illustrate the facts in a beautiful and easy to understand manner. Created…Read More World’s Highest Paid Leaders
Discretionary income is the amount of money left over after taxes are taken out, bills are paid, and basic needs are covered. Thanks to a recent study we learn how much extra cash Americans have on hand and what they’re doing with it. Check out this infographic created by Columnfivemedia with Mint to see how a select…Read More How Much Extra Cash Do American’s Have?
It’s no secret that the distribution of wealth is inequitable in the United States across racial, regional, and socio-economic groups. But there is a distinct variance among and within America’s faiths as well. In this infographic done in collaboration with GOOD , Columnfivemedia take a look at the income levels of America’s major religious groups, as compared to the…Read More The Almighty Dollar
Step 1: Change your name to Psy or Paris Hilton. On a more realistic and general level, the “How to Make Money Online with Your Video?” infograph provides much information designed to do just that. The infographic states that 40% of consumers are willing to pay to watch online video content. We do love reading,…Read More How to Make Money Online with your Video?
Why? This question was made most famous and memorable by Number 6 (played by Patrick McGoohan) in the television series The Prisoner inputting this question into a computer, causing the computer to self-destruct from its inability to answer this imponderable question. We are reminded of this by “The Penny Auction Industry” infographic. It states that…Read More The Penny Auction Industry
Or maybe he was simply at the right place at the right time. The “You vs. John Paulson” infographic emphasizes the difference between the top 1% of the top 1% (in other words, those who are in the top 99.99% percentile) and the average person. However, there is no explanation of this difference, or showing…Read More You VS John Paulson
And this is why Barack Obama was re-elected in 2012, and why Hillary Clinton will most likely be selected in 2016. Some of the most socialistic states, such as Oregon, Wisconsin and Michigan were among the bottom states (although, we must add, other such states as Minnesota, Massachusetts, Vermont and others were in the…Read More The Effect of Taxing America’s Wealthy
We like money. Who doesn’t? Thus, “The Evolution of the Transaction” grabbed our attention. It provides some revealing and welcome information. For example, we had thought that the credit card originated in the mid-1960s by several California banks. However, it appears that the very first such card originated in 1946 in Brooklyn. Cursory research from…Read More The Evolution of the Transaction
Credit cards have revolutionized the way people manage their money. The card helps the users to pay for goods and services more conveniently and eliminates the need for carrying cash all around. This infographic titled “How Many Credit Cards Are in Your Wallet?” covers facts about credit cards and their impact. This infographic makes use…Read More How Many Credit Cards Are in Your Wallet?
Retirement fears bother everybody nearing it. It bothers people the most who are nearing their retirement phase. As per the sixth annual Retirement Fitness Survey from Wells Fargo & Company, many Americans who are ready to retire would be left with just $20,000 to survive during their retirement period. This implies that one needs to…Read More Could You Live on $190 a Month
Global Finance magazine has come out with a list of the world’s safest banks and this is the highlight of this infographic titled “World’s 50 Safest Banks 2010”. Global economy has concerned many and the safety of the banks has become the prime concern in the world. This infographic covers 50 banks recognized by Global…Read More World’s 50 Safest Banks 2010
Did you ever want to get fast cash withdrawal? Yes, we are talking about ATMs. This infographic delivers to you the knowledge about the fastest growing public sector bank ATMs around India. In this short picture one can get to know how the various public sector banks are expanding their ATM base in the country.…Read More ATMs in India