Commentary

Twelve charts that tell the real story of North Carolina’s economy at year’s end

New from the good people at the Budget and Tax Center:

Five years into the official economic recovery, there were signs of a strengthening recovery in North Carolina albeit uneven and insufficient to deliver improved economic well-being broadly. The result is far too many North Carolinians remain without jobs or working for low-wages. Poverty levels have remained high and inequality has grown, both contributing to a less sustainable economy in the long-term. Here are 12 charts that tell the story of North Carolina’s economy in 2014.

Click here to see all twelve.

Check Also

Facebook post exposes sham nature of GOP’s manufactured Board of Elections controversy

In case you missed it over the weekend, ...

Join Our Team

NC Policy Watch is hiring two new journalists to join our award-winning team. Click here for more information.  

Top Stories from NCPW

  • News
  • Commentary

As part of our ongoing effort to inform North Carolinians about the state judiciary, Policy Watch is [...]

Although not the farmer, Sen. Tom McInnis of Richmond County owns the land A proposed poultry farm n [...]

The last four years have produced little in the way of affirmative policy accomplishments for the Tr [...]

As part of our ongoing effort to inform North Carolinians about the state judiciary, Policy Watch is [...]

It’s been more than a quarter-century since Justice Clarence Thomas was confirmed to serve on the U. [...]

The post QAnon(sense) appeared first on NC Policy Watch. [...]

Talk from Republican senators about "rules" and "precedent" is nothing but a smo [...]

Supreme Court hypocrisy, effort to infiltrate progressive NC groups ought to be the last straws It s [...]