Two Harvard University Ph.D. students have created a crowdsourced map displaying anti-Asian aggression in Boston and New York amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The map, which was created by Boram Lee and Ja Young Choi using Google “My Maps,” shows more than 40 markers that represent verbal and/or physical aggression towards Asian Americans in Boston and New York, according to Boston Globe.
A controversial new app in one Chinese province is making headlines for its unusual function: the ability to spot people who are in debt within its user’s vicinity.
The application, called the “map of deadbeat debtors,” was developed by Chinese officials in Hebei province, state-run media outlet China Daily reports.
This map shows the most widely held jobs by immigrants in each state. Business Insider accumulated data from the American Community Survey, which is conducted annually by the U.S. Census Bureau. They examined answers from respondents regarding where they were born and what occupations they held.
Using responses assembled by the Minnesota Population Center’s Integrated Public Use Microdata Series program from 2013, they created a map showing the most commonly held occupation among individuals born outside the United States.
It’s easy to tell which towns or cities in your state have tons of money just by looking at them, but what about brains?
The Census Bureau runs an annual survey called the American Community Survey that gathers demographics on the population of the U.S.- one factor being education levels.