Post-Recession Jobs

In: Employment

26 Mar 2012

Basically, what’s going on is, any dot above the diagonal line represents an industry where job growth is faster now than it was pre-recession. Any dot below the line indicates slower job growth.

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Kuserek

April 5th, 2012 at 9:11 am

Demographic Data and Job Titles would make this Chart more appealing.

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