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February 19, 2010

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It is a nice, if somewhat obvious, visualization.

I agree with your observation: it would have been great to see how many decided to leave the banking world to pursue other things, and what some of those new pursuits were? After all, it was a once-in-a-lifetime upheaval for the people involved and may have led (some of) them to do some serious soul-searching.

Nice vizualisation, somehow related to the "best statistical graphic ever drawn" about the (disastrous) Russian campaign of Napoleon. The current graph is missing or wasting several dimensions like time (how long did they take to join another company/bank? how long did they stay?), size (what happened to the "others"?) and location. I think salary changes could also have been included as an extra dimension, while the colour code for the bank of origin does not help that much...

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