This Week in Infographics #48: Money, Money, Money

This week we start off taking a look at the future of money. Only two percent of foreign exchange transactions relate to real world goods and services and 98 percent are purely speculative transactions. These speculations trigger foreign exchange crises. This first infographic takes a look at currency around the world and if we are moving towards global currency.

Next up, we take a look at the highest paid CEOs in charity. From animal protection to religion there seems to be a charity for every cause possible and behind these charities are high paid CEOs. This infographic takes a look at different charities, their CEOs, expenses, and what causes they support.

Then, we take a look at the companies Americans hate but investors love and vice versa. Walmart, Phillip Morris, and Bank of America have one thing in common: Most Americans don’t think very highly of them as companies are concerned. This infographic highlights the companies that Americans and investors both love and hate.

Next, we look at the road from a business degree to a business career. Forty-four percent of business graduates landed their first jobs within six months of graduation. This infographic takes a look at the benefits of pursuing a business degree.

Lastly, we take a look at guns in the United States. There are over 300 million firearms in the United States, and only 85 million firearm owners. This last infographic takes a look at the impact of guns on society.

1. The Future of Money: A Global Currency?

The Future of Money: A Global Currency

2. The Highest Paid CEOs in Charity

The Highest Paid CEOs in Charity

3. Top US Companies for Investors

America's Most Hated Companies (That Investors Love)
Source: Great Business Schools

4. Business Degree to Business Career

Online Business Degrees Lead to Business Careers
Infographic by New England College Online, your source for Undergraduate Business Degrees Online.

5. Guns in the United States

Guns in America: The impact of having more guns in society

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