Labor Day Infographic: How Labor Morphed

Here’s a comparison of the state of labor in the US, Japan and Europe from 1971 to now. Fascinating. Check out the Labor Day infographic right here. — Ever since the microprocessor was introduced to the mass market in 1971, the state of labor in the United States, France, Japan and Germany has grown and changed astronomically. To get a graphic look of how the 1971 job market compares to what we had in 2010 and beyond in terms of unemployment and other measurements, check out the Labor Day infographic from Fast Company below. Click to enlarge.

labor-day-xl Labor Day Infographic source: Fast Company

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