NetProspex have tracked social media usage by the firms’ employees to develop a ranking of the 50 most “social” companies.
The infographic offers some additional information, as well. For example, they’ve measured what social networks are most popular among the employees of the US’s largest companies (LinkedIn comes out ahead of Facebook, and just 3% of employees belong to Twitter).
When people decide not to illegally pirate movies, they’re often times faced with the tough decision of whether or not to buy a dvd or simply just rent it for a couple of days. Now with renting options so readily available with those dvd dispensers at every convenient store and one click rentals to your doorstop with Netflix, it’s sometimes hard to not rent a dvd. Here is a list of successful rentals and sales.
Hacking has become somewhat of an art form for those with the IT skills to unlawfully steal millions of dollars from companies. Whether it is about the money or simply the challenge, hackers are not individuals any company should ignore or underestimate. As an MBA candidate, it would be wise to learn more about the capabilities of hackers, and understand how much damage they can do to any business. This infographic can offer you and other prospective MBA candidates a short glimpse into the world of hacking, giving you an idea of what the past and present hold, as well as what you may have to one day deal with.
College students graduate on average with more than $20,000 in debt by the time they earn their bachelor’s degree. It costs them even more to get advanced degrees such as master’s and doctorate degrees.
It makes sense, then, that new college students would want to study a field in which they can expect to make decent money. What degrees turn into the highest-paying careers? Try earning degrees in some form of engineering. If that isn’t your speed, you can shoot for degrees in physics, economics or computer science. They all turn into careers that, on average, pay quite well.
Job stress includes any harmful physical or emotional response occurring because of one’s job, including high blood pressure and insomnia, to name just two. Job stress should not be confused with job challenges. Many people enjoy their jobs, even though they are challenging, because when they meet the everyday challenges of their job the gain a feeling of satisfaction. It is when the challenges of a job come without the authority, tools and support needed to fulfill them, that job stress results. People who are stressed out at work may take their frustrations out on family and friends, may become exhausted, and may feel that they are a failure. If they are in a job that entails risk or high stakes, such as firefighting, law enforcement, or a high level corporate management role, their safety may be risked or their job performance may suffer.
Since the first humans organized themselves into communities, there have been struggles for influence over others. Communities formed cities, and cities became nations, and nations, empires. But when one nation gains, another must lose, and we find ourselves looking at a world map that is constantly in a state of change.
This landscape of nations is a fluid picture over time. Empires ebb and flow, countries expand and contract and states disappear off the world stage completely. So many factors contribute to the rise and fall of nations that to attempt to explain it all would be difficult, as even the history of events and the influence they have upon the world are debatable.