Works > Visualization (Mike Project)

Infographic Posters

1. The Number of Female Ministers

The number of female ministers might be an indicator of a country's gender equality. This is why Justin Trudeau appointed the half of his cabinet with women. Thus, I compared the number of female ministers of several countries (Korea, Japan, Brazil, US, Canada, UK, Spain, France, and Germany).

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2. Academic Ability and College Enrollment by Gender

Although young female students are not less smart than male students, their college enrollment is lower than that of male students in some countries. In the poster, you can discover academic ability and college enrollment by gender of several countries (Korea, Japan, Brazil, US, Canada, UK, Spain, France, and Germany).

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3. Average versus Expected Years of Schooling by Gender

Another educational discrepancy between women and men is years of schooling. In the poster, I visually compared the average and the expected years of schooling by gender of several countries (Korea, Japan, Brazil, US, Canada, UK, Spain, France, and Germany).

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4. Milk Price versus Agriculture Income

In South Korea, Milk Price is quite expensive than other countries. To look at this issue, I exploratively questioned how much amount of milk a farmer can buy, and visulized the results of several countries (Korea, Japan, Brazil, US, Canada, UK, Spain, France, and Germany).

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5. Work Hour versus Expected Income

Work hour and wage are two basic labor rights, and Korea is known to have the most long work hour among OECD countries. My question was that if Korean citizens work the same amount of time, how much they will be paid in other countries. In the poster, you can find the answer.

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6. Poverty and Social Security Budget

Although poverty is a constant problem of many countries and difficult find an ultimate answer, social security system is a bottom line for extremly impecunious population. In the poster, I tracked past few years poverty rate and social security budget of South Korea.

Note for your background: The medical insurance system of South Korea has been nationally initiated since 1977, and most of Korean people are required to join this program. The fee to this insurance is determined by one's income and real estate possesion.

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