Wichita's economic growth is compared to the state and the nation.
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Following are visualizations of data. Many are interactive and created using Tableau Public. In some cases I’ve recorded myself using the visualization to tell a story, and all you have to do is watch.
How does your state compare to others in job growth? Is your state growing private sector of government jobs fastest? The interactive visualization below can help you explores this data.
How does your state compare to others in the number of state and local government employees, and the payroll costs of these employees?
For two decades the Tax Foundation has estimated the combined state and local tax burden for all the states. I've created an interactive visualization that lets you compare states and see trends in rank over time.
The interactive visualization below may help you appreciate the trend in federal and local government spending.
To pay for the Obama taxing and spending agenda, the country will need much more economic growth. Unfortunately, the rate of growth is slowing just when we need greater rates of growth.
An interactive visualization that illustrates the growth in Gross Domestic Product by metropolitan area.
An interactive visualization that illustrates the growth in Real Gross Domestic Product by state and region.
Does the United States have a revenue problem or a spending problem? The interactive visualization below may help you decide.
An interactive visualization of the composition of the Kansas economy, by industry.
An interactive visualization of participation in the U.S. labor force.
Here is a visualization that shows the rate of growth of gross domestic product (GDP) by state, regions, and the entire country.
Wichita, Kansas, and national job growth.
How does economic growth in Wichita compare to the state and nation?