Recessed

Recessed, not Depressed

Slate’s Interactive Job Loss Map April 23, 2009

Filed under: Uncategorized — Logan @ 6:51 pm
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Slate’s Interactive Job Loss map is so freaking cool and informative. It shows the job gains and losses over the last two and a half years. Notice how the Bay Area kept posting job gains until about August 2008? The losses really pile up in tech-heavy SF around November/December 2008. That about sums up my experience with incoming projects too. We were pretty busy through about August/September of 2008 and then things slowed waaay down. And, they’ve stayed slow. No wonder! Now I have the big red circle on the map to validate that I’m not alone.

Make sure to click over to Slate and interact with the map yourself!

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One Response to “Slate’s Interactive Job Loss Map”

  1. Jayshree Says:

    Very interesting.
    Incidentally there is also an interesting website that is specifically dedicated to recession victims.It offers help and discusses all issues related to recession. It’s worth a visit!


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