At first glance, the New York Times‘ chart of industries that have bounced back or continued to decline after the 2009 recession looks like a tangled mess. But with a couple of quick scrolls, the graph clarifies how certain industries — whether in fast food, consulting, or health care — have recovered and even grown while others, such as home building and manufacturing, have not. Trace over individual industry-representative lines to see an industry’s progression in number of jobs, average salary, and recovery status.
Recession Recovery is a Mixed Bag (New York Times)
June 11, 2014 By Leave a Comment