Thecenturyfoundation's interactive graph and data of "United States Lags Behind Other Countries in Labor Market Support" is a bar chart, showing 2015; with in the x-axis and Public Spending on Labor Markets As Percent of GDP in the y-axis.. The x-axis shows values from -0.5 to 15.5. The y-axis shows values from 0 to 4.1. This visualization has the following annotation: Note: The OECD defines labor market training as “measures undertaken for reasons of labor market policy, including both course costs and subsistence allowances to trainees, when such are paid. Subsidies to employers for enterprise training are also included, but not employers’ own expenses” (OECD 2008).Source: OECD, 2016.