2021 APDU Data Viz Award Winners

APDU is pleased to announce the winners of this years Data Viz Awards. APDU gives annual awards to creative and meaningful graphic designs that use publicly available data (for example, data from the Census Bureau or Bureau of Labor Statistics) to convey a compelling point or story.

2021 APDU Data Viz Award Winners

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2021 APDU Candidate Statements

Candidate for Secretary: Beth Jarosz, Senior Research Associate, Population Reference Bureau Bio At PRB I work on a wide range of U.S. demographic topics, with a focus on subnational analysis. Prior to joining PRB, I served as Senior Demographer at the San Diego Association of Governments and later taught sociology at Pensacola State College. My […]

APDU Meet and Greet Recording: NCES Commissioner and Networking Event

  October 21, 2021 3:30 – 5:00 PM 1550 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA Virtual Attendance Available AGENDA 3:30 – 3:45 pm: NCES Commissioner Peggy G. Carr 3:45 – 4:00 pm: Question and Answer 4:00 – 5:00 pm: Networking         On October 21,  Commissioner of the National Center for Education Statistics Peggy Carr […]

APDU Board Member: September Jobs Report – Increased Worker Dissatisfaction

The tables have turned for workers in a post-pandemic recovery based on crunching the latest jobs and labor data in Public Insight Insight for Work. In the spring of 2020, millions of workers were laid off or terminated. In September 2021, quit rates approached a record high level of just under 3% while layoff rates declined below 1%. Thus, we enter the growing phenomenon of “The Great Resignation”.

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