Monday, June 28, 2010

Good to Be Government

The obvious argument for the trend shown below is that government workers provide needed services to the public, thus were able to keep their jobs during the downturn.

Good to be government none-the-less.

Source: BEA


  1. Thanks for this, and all your fine work. I think you might mean "dispersion" (meaning "distribution: the spatial or geographic property of being scattered about over a range, area, or volume"). I don't think "dispursement" is a word, although "disbursement" certainly is ("Money paid out or spent")

  2. thanks david... it was actually disbursement (fixed).