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Six Infographics Any Geek/Nerd Should Read


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I have been behind in sharing some great infographics to you since I have worked on the visual resume and job searching.  So this post is going to highlight six infographics from people who sent them to me via e-mail at barcncpt44@aol.com.  I am including a page break for this post because this post is going to take up a lot of room!  Click the link below to read the infographics!

Phone vs. Text vs. E-mail  From: http://www.accredited-online-college.org/phone-text-email/

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Closing the Gender Gap In Computer Science  From: http://www.bestcomputerscienceschools.net/closing-the-gender-gap-in-computer-science/

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Unfilled Jobs, Unskilled Labor  From: http://www.howdoibecomea.net/unfilled-jobs-unskilled-labor/

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Americans at Work: The Best and Worst Jobs  From: http://www.numbersleuth.org/trends/best-worst-jobs/

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There’s an App for That: Assistive technology (AT) and Learning Disabled Children  From: http://www.besteducationdegrees.com/learning-apps/

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Ultimate Online Guide to Video Game Design  This guide is to provide in-depth resources to help you get started in becoming a video game designer.  The job of video game designer is much like that of a movie director, and the path to that job is just as varied and difficult, and can require a measure of luck on top of competence and skill.  The video game industry does not have well defined, success-guaranteed career paths.  Many designers have worked in a wide range of jobs within the industry.  Success is achieved by finding a way to stand out at the right moment in whatever role you’ve managed to find.  Access the guide by clicking the picture or clicking the link at:  http://www.onlinegamedesignschools.org/becoming/

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