journo-geekery:

22 Million Americans Are Unemployed Or Can’t Find Full-Time Work : Planet Money : NPR
Nice chart.

journo-geekery:

22 Million Americans Are Unemployed Or Can’t Find Full-Time Work : Planet Money : NPR

Nice chart.

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datajamming:

Friday fun with unemployment data and D3.js. Thanks to Matthias Shapiro for scraping the BLS data and making it available. This graphic has no value. I just wanted to see what it would look like.

datajamming:

Friday fun with unemployment data and D3.js. Thanks to Matthias Shapiro for scraping the BLS data and making it available. This graphic has no value. I just wanted to see what it would look like.

Reblogged 2 years ago from datajamming
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thedailyfeed:

Yuma, Arizona, is the most unemployed city in America. With local joblessness at 28%, people with education and experience that once qualified them for middle or upper management positions are finding themselves lucky to even land jobs in fast food.

thedailyfeed:

Yuma, Arizona, is the most unemployed city in America. With local joblessness at 28%, people with education and experience that once qualified them for middle or upper management positions are finding themselves lucky to even land jobs in fast food.

Reblogged 2 years ago from thedailyfeed
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Long-term unemployment, state by state. An informative and disheartening interactive from the Wall Street Journal.

Long-term unemployment, state by state. An informative and disheartening interactive from the Wall Street Journal.

Posted 2 years ago
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The Economic Rebound: It Isn’t What You Think

As the US economy slowly rebuilds and the smoke from  four years of charred capital starts to dissipate, we can discern the  shape of the next 20 years of job growth. What we see is an economy  unlike any we’ve ever known.

The Economic Rebound: It Isn’t What You Think

As the US economy slowly rebuilds and the smoke from four years of charred capital starts to dissipate, we can discern the shape of the next 20 years of job growth. What we see is an economy unlike any we’ve ever known.

Posted 2 years ago
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US Unemployment Statistics

Although the U.S. economy is slowly recovering, high unemployment rates  still exist. More than 15 million people are currently unemployed - 7.5  million of those jobs were lost after the recession started. The current  unemployment rate is around 9.5%, while four years ago the unemployment  rate was only 4.5%.

US Unemployment Statistics

Although the U.S. economy is slowly recovering, high unemployment rates still exist. More than 15 million people are currently unemployed - 7.5 million of those jobs were lost after the recession started. The current unemployment rate is around 9.5%, while four years ago the unemployment rate was only 4.5%.

Posted 3 years ago
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