The chart shown here is from Dutch national statistics office CBS and it was created with Highcharts (or at least that name appears a few dozen times in the source code). It shows working people with second jobs and it’s from this page.
There’s a problem with the labels on the x-axis: they have been abbreviated and only show the first digit of the years. This could easily have been avoided by showing fewer labels when the chart is displayed on a narrow screen. In fact, that solution is used in the other graphs in the same article. Apparently, Highcharts doesn’t adjust the number of labels automatically, or it doesn’t do so consistently.
It appears that CBS has chosen Highcharts because it’s an easy way to create charts with added functionality. And some of that functionality seems to make sense: I can imagine people using the option of downloading a PNG to use it in a report or share it on social media.
However, it may not always be a good idea to rely on standard solutions. Here’s another example where the labels have been abbreviated. It’s a bit of a challenge to figure out what they mean.
I know it can be a pain to get charts to work well on different types of screens (let alone network graphs). Apparently, you cannot simply rely on Highcharts to get it right. CBS should probably assign someone to edit each chart individually, making sure they are displayed properly on different screen types.
As for the contents of the charts: here’s why it’s not OK that more and more Dutch workers need to take a second job to make ends meet (in Dutch).