Regardless of which state you live in, the top 1% of wage earners bring home substantially more money than the bottom 99%. Our new work explores the geography of income inequality across the US.
Bitcoin is in a slump, but if you take the long view, its value is still significantly higher than a year ago. In fact, the entire cryptocurrency market is now worth billions more than Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates
The sheer magnitude of how much money there is in the world can be quite staggering—and hard to understand. What if you could visualize every ma class in the world as a bubble?
The SEC just decided that bitcoin and ether are not securities, but the regulators are still undecided on other cryptocurrencies. Our new visualization charts the skyrocketing trajectory of initial coin offerings (ICOs) in a still undefined marketplace.
The housing market has recovered, and median worker pay just reached an all-time high. Our new map highlights how much money you need to make in the 50 largest American cities to afford a typical house
Trump’s tax cut is in full force and Republicans are trying to make it permanent, but is it affecting everyone equally? An often-overlooked aspect of taxation is geography—where you live determines a lot about your total tax burden.
There is a giant hole in the safety net.Our visualization highlights the enormous difference between what social security pays out and the average living expenses in every state.
The country’s top female entrepreneurs are building empires worth billions, but can you name all the women at the top of the business world? Our new visualization compares the fortunes of the 60 wealthiest self-made women in America.
Most people drink coffee every single day, but do you know where that morning buzz ultimately comes from? Our new map breaks down the entire global market of coffee exports in one easy-to-understand visualization.
Tourism is a big part of the global economy, but the industry’s size varies dramatically between countries and across continents. Our newest map provides a snapshot of how much money each countries generates from international tourism.
Natural disasters are always in the news, but do you know which ones end up causing the most damage? Our newest visualization explores the cumulative damage of natural disasters across the U.S. since 1980.
Should people get paid more just because they have more experience? Our new map breaks down median income levels among different generations for each state, and Millennials are far behind their older colleagues.
Millennials can get priced out of the housing market too, just like everyone else.
Combining both housing income data tells us a lot about the American economy. Figure out how long you would need to work to pay your mortgage based on where you live.