Category: Infographics

The COVID-19 Economy in Isolation

COVID-19 has brought health concerns to a whole new level. But the public isn’t looking at one of the most important parts of human health – mental health. During COVID-19, 2 out of every 3 Americans have felt anxious, depressed, lonely, or hopeless at least one time per week. One of the first signs of stress is panic buying. Supermarkets quickly ran out of common household supplies as millions of …
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The History and Future of Passwords

Having a strong password to your personal data such as bank information, company logins, and other sensitive data is very important. Because of this, the average business user has 191 passwords, but 81% of confirmed data breaches stemmed from reused, weak, or stolen passwords. But looking back on from where we have come from the first password and the first password theft to today can give us a heads-up on …
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How to Keep Your Momentum Going

Life gets easier when we accomplish our goals – but maintaining the driving force necessary to do so can be extremely difficult. Procrastination is extraordinarily common with 88% of workers spending at least an hour every day simply procrastinating on a task. We procrastinate because it can initially lower stress levels and give us more time to do the things that we want to do, but in the long run, …
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How to Survive a Layoff

COVID-19 is causing businesses across the country to start closing their doors. As of March 2020, there have been 30 million Americans to file an initial unemployment claim – nearly 20% of the entire American workforce. Employees are being laid off or are being put on furlough. Laid off employees are permanently separated from the employer, though retain the possibility of being called back to work. They are also no …
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