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by SixFigureStart | August 03, 2009


Yesterday, The New York Times published a very cool interactive graph (throwbacks like me might have seen the static version in the business section) that maps out how people spend their hours throughout the day. What’s so recessiony about that? Based on the 2008 American Time Use Survey, it lets you see in vivid color what people with jobs and without jobs are doing throughout the day, whether it’s eating, watching television, socializing or talking on the phone. [Read More...]

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