A look at the how the number of hours men and woman work each week differs.
A look at where federal workers live and how that number can change in each state.
A look at how many Americans are unemployed, not part of the labor force, and have a job by their age.
This data visualization shows what time Americans around the nation get to their workplace every day.
In 80% of counties in the U.S., less than 1% of the population uses public transit to get to work. This data visualization explores public transit use and the number of workers in these counties.
An interactive tool showing the high and low points of the unemployment rate since 1990.
This visualization shows the unemployment rate for each state since 1990. It provided details on the low and the high point.
The average American worker spent 38.7 hours per week at work. Here is a look at how it differs by state.
Introduction The American Community Survey estimates that 38.6% of people worked 50 to 52 weeks…
Charting the proportion of Americans who are employed, unemployed, and not in the labor force based on age.