Usually, the economy is gauged based on the unemployment rate. This is only one measure of the economic strength of the labor force. This data viz lets you explore the unemployment rate, what percentage of people are part of the labor force, and what percentage of people aren’t in the labor force.
This data viz provides a look at the breakdown of men and woman in occupations in the United States. Check out what jobs are dominated by men and woman throughout the country.
A look at how much commute times have increased in the United States over the last 10 years.
A look at how age can impact employment status in the United States.
This visualization explores how labor force participation can vary based on a person age in the United States.
A look at how American’s commute to work in each state.
A look at what counties had the longest commute in the United States using 2016 American Community Survey data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
A look at what state’s workers spend the most time commuting to work.
A look at what 10 metro areas in the United States have the longest commute times.
A look at what percentage of the population is part of the labor force in each U.S. county.