We’ve all played board games one time or another. While playing “Life” for instance, the game comes to a close as soon as you retire.Real life doesn’t work like that: there’s plenty to do and accomplish after retirement. Whether you plan on seeing the world, explore new hobbies/interests, or become a grandparent for the first time, you have
to make sure you and your home are protected. It can be a home invasion or a sudden fall; experiencing either can have a negative impact on your life. ADT makes sure you are safe and secure 24/7. Be free to experience life as
you see fit with ADT.
Infographc Source :- www.homesecurityteam.com
When it’s time to deal with roofing everyone wants to choose the right roof and the right style. But roofing’s style shouldn’t be the only thing on your mind.
Infographic Source :- www.oversonroofing.com
Infographic : Eco-Friendly Roofing
The below infographic that looks at how technology is changing the way we work
on a construction site. It includes things like exoskeletons, nanotechnology
and 3D printed buildings.
Infographic Source :- www.ironmongerydirect.co.uk
Infographic : How Technology is Renovating the Construction Industry
Comprehensive Graphic – conducted by Orega – shows the annoying office habits that UK workers just can’t stand. Did you know that 20% of people in the UK would rate ‘rudeness and poor manners’ as their biggest bug bear, and that younger demographics are more likely to find laziness in the workplace irritating?
Created by Orega
It has been 45 years since the first internet connection, (quite hard to believe, I know!) so www.mcs-testequipment.com have been digging around and researching how this has evolved and www.mcs-testequipment.com have put it into a visual “Then and Now – 45 Years of Internet Access”.
We may live in a world defined by invisible meta-data and the Cloud, but the roughly 3×5 inch paper booklet known as the passport still carries a lot of weight. More than a simple grant of access into a country, passports and the visas they contain are a reflection of geopolitics, the relationship between two nations and a country’s stature relative to the rest of the world.They’re also of immense value. Just ask any one of the developing world’s citizens if they’d rather win the lottery or the U.S. passport, chances are they’d say the latter (though they’d be wrong in thinking the American passport is the most powerful of them all).Here’s a look at the strength of the world’s passport – ranked by the travel freedom a passport holder enjoys.
Infographic Source :- http://awesome.good.is/infographics/how-powerful-is-your-passport/516
100 years ago the first commercial flight in America took off from St.
Petersburg and safely landed in Tampa, FL. Since that historic flight, major
advances in plane, boat, and car technology have made it possible to travel
large distances in a relatively short amount of time. However, many travelers
continue to desire a faster, more comfortable method of travel that has yet to
arrive. Well, in the next couple decades, that dream is about to become a
Infographic Source :- Discount Park and Ride
This infographic was created by “webuyanycar.com” and is aimed at people that are going to be using the roads in a foreign country, such as when they are on holiday or if they are on a business trip. This main purpose of this infographic is to inform readers of some important general rules and facts about driving cars in other countries such as fuel cost, speed limits and illegal. These facts are usually presented in such a way that allows for easy comparison between countries. It also throws in some entertaining and bizarre rules as well to make things interesting, such as how animals have right of way in South Africa, or how you can be fined for a dirty car in Russia. A wide selection of countries are covered including Poland, Russia, Barbados, Indonesia and many more!
Infographic Source :- www.webuyanycar.com
Planning a trip soon? Have you started preparing yet? We know that when it comes to traveling, it’s always difficult to prepare everything: documents, clothes, a camera, maps… No matter how organised you are, it always feels like you’re forgetting something!
Enter this handy infographic. You’ll find lots of lifehacks to help you to make the most of your trip, from packing to taking pictures! Remove all the tourists from your vacation snaps, use Google Maps even when you don’t have any Wi-Fi and create digital and hard copies of all your documents prior to traveling… and there’s plenty more where they came from.
You’ll also find a list of must-have traveling apps that will help you fight the dreaded jet lag, find Wi-Fi even when you can’t find yourself, get a rundown of each stunning place you visit and even help you protect your skin from the sun when heading to sunny places.
Don’t miss your chance to become a tech-savvy traveler, and be prepared for whatever challenges are thrown your way during your vacation.
Although getting a bachelor’s degree does mean you will earn over 50% more on average than a high school grad, it does not guarantee you a job in your area of study nor does it necessarily provide the kind of return on investment you (and your parents) were looking for. Then there’s the ridiculous cost, which has risen over 1000% in the last few decades. Don’t get us wrong. College can be great for some people, but there are others who come out with skills that don’t get them a good job. If you’re standing in the massive shadow of the Ivory Tower and have some trepidation about taking an expensive 4-year journey. For those of you who have already received a bachelor’s degree but still can’t find a job or further your career, you may find some alternative solutions if you scroll down for a bit.
Infographic Source :- www.skilledup.com