visualized by: numbersleuth.org
Most Americans spend more time on the job than they do on anything else according to the data presented here. It is estimated that American workaholics are occupied about one month more per year now than they did 40 years ago. Does that ring true with you?
visualized by: HowtoBecomeA.net
Even more industries are jacking their hiring standards and require skilled workers with postsecondary education in the US. But the gap of unskilled labor force is now more evident than ever and projections are that it’s going to keep growing leaving a notable percentage of job demand uncovered.
visualized by: Rasmussen College
How long can you stand drinking from the same wellspring? This study examines the changes in American employee tenure length by gender, ethnicity and industry over the last decade as reported by the US Bureau of Labor.