Visa Holders Dashboards


This was a student project to build a pair of exploratory data-driven dashboard. The first dashboard uses data from the State Department on the Country of Origin for visa holders in the United States. First, select a visa type. Then, any visualization in the dashboard is clickable to filter the other views, and update the total number at the top.

The second dashboard uses data from the Department of Labor showing where the visa holders end up working in the United States, as well as job type and wage. The data for the different visa types came in seperate spreadsheets, each organized in a different column and row structure. This project took a lot of data cleaning and preperation to get it working in the dashboard. Similar to the other dashboard, first, select a visa type. Then, drill down to see where each job type is most prevalent geographically, and how wages change by job type or location:

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