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As most of us know, retirement and social security are two major issues/concerns for full-time workers in America. As policies change and expand, some people now are less certain than before about what they can expect in their golden years.
As today's infographic from SurveyCompare.net shows us, Americans aren't the only ones who can expect changes to their retirement procedures in the near future: our friends across the pond in the U.K. are doing some changes of their own.
Retirement age in the U.K. is currently 60 years for women and 65 years for men; with planned gradual increases, men and women will both be retiring at 65 by 2018 and 66 by 2020. Not everyone in the U.K. workforce is even sure they want to retire, though. People surveyed ages 18-24 were the least likely to retire with only 7.4% saying they do plan on retiring, and people 55 years and older were the most likely to retire at 47%.
For more information on the retirement tendencies in the U.K. refer to the infographic below. [Via]
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With wind farms popping up all over the place and electric cars starting to role onto our roads we decided to take a look into what going green can really mean for your wallet. How can we make our money go further so we are not as short at the end of the month and don't have to really on payday loans etc. If I am honest I personally thought going green would be way way more expensive as such we very nearly did not research the topic. Well it turns out that it's not. Surprised! I know I was.
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By the numbers, a typical work day can be similar for nurses all across the US. The major difference lies within salaries earned by nurses, which directly correlates to the certification or degree any given nurse may hold. Nurses with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree earn a higher income than do Registered Nurses (RN). Those who advance their careers with a graduate degree in nursing earn an even higher salary.
The increased demand for highly qualified nurses is evident by the rising increase of pay earned each year by nurses with adanced degrees. A larger number of degree holding individuals within the industry benefits patients as well as nurses.
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Jeffrey Heer on visualization for interactive exploration:
The rest of the Scientific American article is worth reading, mostly for the other quotes from Heer and Ben Shneiderman.
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