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Great Graphic: Women Participation in the Labor Force

November 18, 2014
The issue is that many countries want to grow faster.   Some structural changes are needed.   Many countries are not making the most of what economists have become fond of calling "human capital".    Specifically, increasing the participation of women in the workforce can be potentially a critical development for countries such as Japan …
Great Graphic: Women Participation in the Labor Force Great Graphic:  Women Participation in the Labor Force Reviewed by Marc Chandler on November 18, 2014 Rating: 5
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Great Graphic: International Comparison Gender Pay Gap

April 14, 2014
The gender pay gap re-emerged as a political talking point in the recent US news cycle.  This Great Graphicwas tweeted by the Wall Street Journal.  An international comparison suggests that there is more than some sort of biological law being played out.  Leaving to have children would suggest less disperse results, and especially among countries …
Great Graphic: International Comparison Gender Pay Gap Great Graphic:  International Comparison Gender Pay Gap Reviewed by Marc Chandler on April 14, 2014 Rating: 5
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Great Graphic: Another Look at the US Jobs Data

January 12, 2014
The significance of the hugely disappointing December jobs report will continue to be debated.  One interesting aspect, pointed out by Catherine Rampell at the New York Times, is the gender composition of the new jobs. 
In December, net new employment by women increased by 75k jobs, men a net 1k jobs.  It was the first month since December 2007 t…
Great Graphic: Another Look at the US Jobs Data Great Graphic:  Another Look at the US Jobs Data Reviewed by Marc Chandler on January 12, 2014 Rating: 5
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Great Graphic: Neural Networks in Men and Women

December 30, 2013
This Great Graphic is a neural map of a typical brain. It was posted in The Guardian earlier this month.  The first one is representative of men and the second is representative of women. Over a 1000 brains were scanned in a study at the University of Pennsylvania.

The findings show that the male brain is wired strongly between the back and front.…
Great Graphic: Neural Networks in Men and Women Great Graphic:  Neural Networks in Men and Women Reviewed by Marc Chandler on December 30, 2013 Rating: 5
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Great Graphic: Feminization of Consumption

April 27, 2013
This Great Graphic comes from a post by An Hodgson on Euromonitor International.  It depicts the growth in real disposable annual income per capita for three high income countries by gender in the 2007-2012 period. 
The key take away is that women's disposable income is rising in absolute terms and relative to men's throughout the high in…
Great Graphic: Feminization of Consumption Great Graphic:  Feminization of Consumption Reviewed by Marc Chandler on April 27, 2013 Rating: 5
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