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September 2011
Cheapest Real Estate in the World
Americans often believe that our cost of living is much higher than anywhere else in the world. In reality, we’re not that expensive when compared to many of the other cities if the world. Check out this infographic – click to enlarge.
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Stick vs Automatic
Knowing how to handle the clutch is a sure sign of a skilled motorer. And with one of the highest percentages of manual owners of any car brand, MINI was curious: what else might being able to drive stick say about a person? As always, the Hunch data reveals all. Click to enlarge.
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Recession Paradox
There are perceptions will will almost always persist when it comes to the economy, particularly when it’s in as bad of shape as it’s in currently. Are these perceptions accurate? According to recent data, they are not. Click to enlarge.
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Gaming Wars
There are those who use both consoles and PCs for their gaming needs. Some of these people are hardcore gamers. Some are simply well-off and can afford such luxuries. For the rest of us, we must choose. Gaming as an industry is getting bigger every year and the two major segments – PC and console...
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Will Eat Good Food
There are plenty of good reasons to eat good food. The biggest challenge is in deciding what “good” means to all of us. Healthy? Great taste? Inexpensive? When it comes to work, science is showing that there are reasons why good food is akin to good work. Click this great infographic from Mindflash to enlarge.
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Financial Stress
With 46.2 million people living in poverty in America, most are pointing to joblessness, weak recovery, and political maneuvering on the crisis. For four consecutive years, the number of poor people in America has risen and is at its highest point since the Census Bureau started keeping track of it 52 years ago. According to...
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Work Stress
Living in stress is hard enough. When one has to work in it, the toll can be double. There are ways that American workers (and workers around the world, for that matter) can effectively reduce the stress levels their employees feel at work. These are physical activities; it isn’t just a matter of taking on...
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SEO Moz
Few marketing companies have had the success of SEOMoz. Their reputation for delivering the latest and most accurate information to marketers, particularly about the ins and outs of search engine optimization, are beyond compare. In this infographic, we take a look at another thing they’ve excelled in – creating a super-successful web video series. Our...
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Haggling
Buying a vehicle is something that most people go through some time in their lives. Basic transportation is necessary for many Americans, particularly those who do not have access and a willingness to use public transportation. In New York City, one can live easily without a vehicle. In most cities, this simply isn’t possible. This...
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Homeschooling
Over the last 3 decades, the number of students being homeschooled has increased 10-fold, showing a 919% increase and making it the fastest-growing form of education in America. In part, this can be attributed to the lack of faith in public schools as well as the increase in private schooling costs. Parents are getting fed...
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