How to Rock Your Back-To-School Sales & Marketing #infographic #backtoschool

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…well, for summer-weary parents at least. The first day of school is just around the corner. And while kids everywhere are dreading the end of their summer vacations, retailers are also welcoming the season with open arms.

Ahh yes, now that it’s August, it’s safe to say the back-to-school shopping season is in full swing, bringing with it an anticipated $828 billion in sales. To make that number a little more digestible, that boils down to about $606 in spending per family. Then multiply that by the more than 50 million kids currently enrolled in a public elementary or secondary school in the U.S. and you can see how this equation turns into a tremendous opportunity for brands.

So how can you tap into some of this spending? This infographic from The Shelf breaks down a few of those details so that your brand can make the most of this shopping frenzy.

An infographic by The Shelf
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10 Most Haunted Hiking Trails in the U.S #infographic #hiking #USA

Sometimes a rustle in the leaves or a howling wind can make the even the seasoned hiker look over their shoulder. Imagine hearing these noises while hiking on a haunted trail. Alone in the great outdoors, with nowhere to run and no one to hear you if you scream. Want to add an element of suspense to your next hike? From West Coast to East Coast, check out one of these top ten haunted hiking trails in the U.S.

10 Most Haunted Hiking Trails in the U.S.

An infographic by Healthlisted.com.

10 Essential Facts About Nursing You Need To Know #infographic #nursing

There are approximately 4 million nurses in the United States of the America! Sounds a lot, but unfortunately – it isn’t. Actually, there are only 50 nurses per 10,000 people, and we are in a serious shortage within this particular profession.

This means that the demand in this sector is extremely high lately. In fact, until the end of the year 2020, we will need about 20% more nurses to work in hospitals, physical offices and, where we need them the most, home care.

Although it seems that the millennials aren’t that interested in this profession (only 200,000 of applicants passed the Registered Nurse exam in 2015), men are slowly becoming more and more interested in this profession. In fact, almost 10% of nurses in the US are male nurses.

If you want to learn more about this noble profession, here are 10 interesting facts about registered nurses. Find out the highest paying nursing specialties, the highest and lowest paying states for nurses, and much more in this infographic down below!

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An infographic by healthlisted.com.