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The End of Opportunity

Here’s a series of images created for The Milken Institute. The think tank takes a look at the American Dream and finds that it is falling apart. America has turned into a rigid, stratified society. Parents’ income is the best predictor … Continue reading

26. July 2016 by John W. Tomac
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Shakedown

Here’s something for The Wall Street Journal. Uncle Sam stands to be one of the Brexit’s big winners. How? Through pensions, that’s how. The uncertainty in Europe combined with low-yield environment for government bonds means a lot pension funds are taking … Continue reading

19. July 2016 by John W. Tomac
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Total Recall

Here’s something for the current issue of National Underwriter Property & Casualty. Product Recalls are more common than ever, but they are still pretty hard to pull off. Most companies enlist outside vendors to beam back all of the tainted … Continue reading

05. July 2016 by John W. Tomac
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School’s out for Summer

Today is the last day of school in New York City, so it’s probably the appropriate time to share this illo for Scholastic Teacher. It appears with a story on how to best use the break to recharge and relax.

28. June 2016 by John W. Tomac
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iMotivate

Here’s a  quick one for The Boston Globe. There are a handful of apps that turns completing tasks into a game. The idea is that a game on a smartphone is the carrot and stick that will get people to stop procrastinating or avoiding … Continue reading

27. June 2016 by John W. Tomac
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Funny or Die

What happens when a person with stage fright is forced onto a comedy club stage on open mic night?Success editor Jamie Friedlander turned it into an exercise in self-improvement. The normally reserved, anxious writer was forced to face her biggest … Continue reading

14. June 2016 by John W. Tomac
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Wingtips

What’s the most scrutinized job at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport? If you said anything relating to getting planes up in the air or passengers safely off of them once they’re on the ground you’re wrong–it’s shoe shining. D Magazine takes a look at … Continue reading

31. May 2016 by John W. Tomac
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