Chart of the Week: Which states have the most nurses, and where are they paid the most?
This interactive chart makes comparing occupational employment and pay across states not only easy but fun.
Chart of the Week: The Great Baby Recession
States that were hit the hardest by the Great Recession experienced the biggest birthrate declines.
Chart of the Week: The black-white gap in incarceration rates
Black men in their prime working years, especially those without a high school education, are much more likely to be in jail than white men are.
Chart of the Week: Where engineering and English majors end up working
A new Census Bureau data visualization depicts the relationships between undergraduate majors and types of occupations.
Chart of the Week: How the Supreme Court justices line up
Supreme Court justices vote together more often than they don’t, but some of that agreement may be surface-only.
Chart of the Week: A century of U.S. political history
A very cool interactive timeline map of U.S. congressional districts.
Chart of the Week: Another way to see employment
How employment rates have fallen and (partially) recovered throughout the United States,
Chart of the Week: The World Cup of (almost) everything
Interactive brackets let you see how the 32 nations competing in the World Cup stack up on 70 different sporting, economic and social indicators.
Chart of the Week: How U.S. regained all its lost jobs, but still fell behind
The U.S. finally has more jobs than it did before the Great Recession, but that’s not nearly enough to keep pace with the growing population.
Chart of the Week: What top tech execs have in common besides money
The U.S. tech landscape would look very different without immigrants.