The Not-so-governmental Guide to the Unemployment Rate

The Not-so-governmental Guide to the Unemployment Rate

April 26, 2013

Pretty much all of our unemployment statistics come from the government. How are these stats drawn and do they give a clear, honest representation of the current labor market? The answers may make you say, “zoinks.” Source

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Does Raising Taxes Help or Hurt Job Creation?

February 7, 2013

We’ve heard the rhetoric from both sides about the relationship between tax rates and job growth. Some argue that increasing tax rates will hamper entrepreneurial activity and destroy jobs. Others contend that trickle-down economics simply won’t work. Here’s a look at who is saying what about one of the biggest policy debates in America today. […]

Second Jobs in the UK

Second Jobs in the UK

October 28, 2012

A brief analysis of the second job market in the UK, with some examples of the side jobs that are available. Source

Jobs Market of the Apes

Jobs Market of the Apes

October 17, 2012

Planet of the Apes? No, I’m not talking about the movie but the actual possibility of these primates taking over our struggling job market. This infographic shows how this species are being taught and trained to fulfill complex human jobs. Source

The Social Media Job Market

The Social Media Job Market

June 19, 2012

There was a time when getting a job required a lot of actual legwork (physical walking), multiple interviews, and a stack of resumes. It was expected that finding employment would take bit of time. However, in the present economic state, executives want to fill open positions with super qualified individuals as quickly and cost effectively […]

Has This War Affected Your Paycheck?

Has This War Affected Your Paycheck?

May 31, 2012

War is not as simple as two countries disagreeing on an issue or two; a war is deadly, costly, and very complex. This infographic looks at how the current war may be affecting your paycheck by breaking it down to industry, gender, and weekly earnings from 2003 to today. Source