In this post we’ve added an income per age group calculator which lets you graph the amount of income earned by age groups in the United States, for every year from 1962-2015. We have seeded the calculator with some age groups, but as with some of our past calculators you’re able to drag them around […]
On this page, we present to you a United States Workforce by Age Calculator that computes the age ranges in the workforce (currently) from 1962-2015. You can change the age ranges highlighted by the tool by moving the sliders, and when you are happy with your work you can export the data to CSV to […]
On this page is an income adjusted by workforce calculator which allows you to adjust average incomes for the workforce age breakdown of past years. If you enter a year, the tool will take the weights per age of the United States workforce in that year and apply it to every other year, graphing the result. […]
This article contains a calculator which allows you to input an age range and select a state and delivers demographic results broken down by country and state of origin. It uses Census Bureau data compiled by the University of Minnesota’s IPUMS-USA project (2012 American Community Survey) and reports where the members of your selected age […]
Oh no! The Social Security Administration recently released it’s Wage Statistics for 2010 to little (official) fanfare. To read a little financial press, it’s the end of the American Dream (buy guns and gold!), however. Here’s a little secret: the problem isn’t that employers are colluding to ratchet down the income of the United States. The true reason for the reduction in median income is the shifting demographics of employed workers. You can break it down in many ways, but I’ll break it down into age brackets… and you should be convinced that while unemployment is a problem, the falling wage is just a symptom of everything else, and not something you should spend too much time worrying about (let DQYDJ do it for you!).
This is part two of a two part series discussing cigarette laws and pigovian taxes. Pigovian taxes are excise taxes placed on a market to correct a market income, presumably because a negative externality such as health risk or pollution that is inherent in the good traded.