Charting how Americans differ throughout their lives in terms of education, marital status, employment status and more.
This chart shows that the majority of people work 40 to 44 hours per week and that men on average put in more working hours than women.
In New York City, the median home value is six times larger than the median household income.
If you get to work after 9 am, consider yourself lucky.
An overwhelming majority of Americans get married at some point. Some, more than once. Here's a look at marriage numbers by age.
An interactive look at what it means, in numbers, to be a renter in the United States.
We really need to meet these 18-year-olds with advanced degrees.
Visualizing where America's 15-34-year-olds reside (cities, and North Dakota).
The highs and lows of the US economy over the past 26 years haven't affected the Union's 50 states equally — here's a look at how each state has fared since 1990.
Roughly a quarter of Americans are attending some sort of school — here's how that number breaks down.
Charting the number of Americans who are not in the labor force, unemployed, employed and employed by the armed forces, based on age.
Charting the proportion of Americans who are single, married, widowed, separated and divorced based on age.