(RemappingDebate) When you've looked for monthly unemployment data, you have probably noticed that you can pretty readily find those data sliced by race or gender. Sometimes you can find the data arranged by age group or by educational attainment.
But each of those dimensions — race or ethnicity, gender, age, and educational attainment — operates concurrently to create a discrete demographic composite. Each such composite has its own unemployment rate, and the the rates look very different from one another.
Last year, Remapping Debate created a striking new set of interactive tools to allow you to explore how each of these factors works together, and we now update the data every month.
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