The Jobless Rate for People Like You

The New York Times has an interactive graph that plots the jobless rate for different groups of Americans compared to the average for all those who are unemployed. Mouseover to find lines for different races, ages, and levels of education. In this screenshot, the label refers to the very faint red line above the dotted line which represents the average jobless rate. Link -via Metafilter

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'White men and women age 15 to 24 with a college degree.' Yes, that's one of the categories. Not a lot of 15-year-olds with college degrees in the sample, I'm betting.
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Hooray, white men and women between 24 and 45 with college degrees! We may be crippled by student loan debt, but by God we still have our cubicle jobs! Take that, Wall Street fat cats!
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