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  • Latino Jobs Report: 2015 Ends With Strong Job Growth 

    Román, Stephanie (2016-01-08)
    The U.S. Department of Labor reported that U.S. employers added 292,000 jobs in December 2015. This represents one of the strongest months of job growth in 2015 and a strong end-of-year surge in new employment. Still, in ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Construction Resurges 

    Harvey, Catherine Singley (2015-05-08)
    U.S. employers added 223,000 jobs in April, nearly three times the growth in the previous month.
  • Latino Jobs Report: Employers Add 273,000 Jobs in February 

    UnidosUS (UnidosUS, 2020-03-06)
    The U.S. Department of Labor reported that employers added 273,000 jobs in February. The Latino unemployment rate increased to 4.4%. The health care sector led job growth.
  • Latino Jobs Report: Health Care Adds Most Jobs in August 

    Román, Stephanie (2015-09-04)
    U.S. employers added 173,000 jobs in August 2015, the lowest number of new jobs added this summer. The national unemployment rate inched down to 5.1%. Although the unemployment rate for Latinos also declined slightly to ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Health Care Industry Shows Promising Growth Opportunities 

    Román, Stephanie (2015-07-02)
    In June 2015, employers added 223,000 jobs , 57,000 less than the previous month, and the unemployment rate declined slightly from 5.5% to 5.3%. Job growth occurred in professional and business services, health care, ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Health Care Leads Job Growth in May 

    NCLR; Wang, Yuqi (NCLR, 2017-06-02)
    The U.S. Department of Labor reported today that U.S. employers added 138,000 jobs in May 2017. The national unemployment rate dropped to 4.3%, and the Latino unemployment rate remained at 5.2%. The healthcare industry ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Hiring in April Rebounds to 211,000 Jobs 

    NCLR; Wang, Yuqi (NCLR, 2017-05-05)
    The U.S. Department of Labor reported today that U.S. employers added 211,000 jobs in April 2017. The national unemployment rate decreased to 4.4%, and the Latino unemployment rate increased to 5.2%. The leisure and ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Job Growth Continues in May 

    Román, Stephanie (2015-06-05)
    The U.S. Department of Labor reported that U.S. employers added 280,000 jobs in May 2015, an increase of 57,000 jobs (20%) from the previous month. The national unemployment rate, at 5.5%, changed little. Employment gains ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Job Growth Slows in March 

    NCLR (2015-04-03)
    The U.S. Department of Labor reported today that U.S. employers added 126,000 jobs in March 2015, the lowest net job gain since December 2013.
  • Latino Jobs Report: Job Growth Slows Significantly 

    Wang, Yuqi (2016-06-03)
    The U.S. Department of Labor reported today that U.S. employers added 38,000 jobs in May 2016, down from 122,000 in the previous month. The national unemployment rate declined to 4.7%. The Latino unemployment rate decreased ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Climbs Upward to 9.3% 

    UnidosUS (UnidosUS, 2021-01-08)
    The December jobs report highlights the U.S. economies slow economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Falls to 10-­Year Low 

    NCLR; Wang, Yuqi (NCLR, 2017-04-07)
    The U.S. Department of Labor reported today that U.S. employers added 98,000 jobs in March 2017. The national unemployment rate dropped to 4.5%, and the Latino unemployment rate also declined to 5.1% in March. The professional ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment on the Rise 

    Román, Stephanie (2016-05-06)
    The U.S. Department of Labor reported today that U.S. employers added 160,000 jobs in April 2016, down from 215,000 in the previous month. The national unemployment rate remained unchanged at 5%. The Latino unemployment ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Rate Changes Little 

    UnidosUS (UnidosUS, 2017-09-01)
    The U.S. Department of Labor reported today that U.S. employers added 156,000 jobs in August 2017. The national unemployment rate increased to 4.4%, and the Latino unemployment rate increased to 5.2%. The manufacturing ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Rate Remains High at 10.3% 

    UnidosUS (UnidosUS, 2020-10-02)
    The September Latino jobs report highlights the devastating impact of coronavirus related job and income loss on Latinos who rent their homes. Latinos are disproportionately represented in low-wage sectors, where employees ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Rate Remains High at 10.5% 

    UnidosUS (UnidosUS, 2020-09-04)
    The August Latino jobs report features stories from Latina women who have lost their jobs and access Unemployment Insurance benefits as a way of making ends meet. As highlighted in the UnidosUS July jobs report, polling ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Rate Remains High at 12.9% 

    UnidosUS (UnidosUS, 2020-08-07)
    The July Latino jobs report outlines Latino households experiences with income loss and unemployment insurance programs in the wake of COVID-19. Utilizing data from UnidosUS and Latino Decisions poll on workers in Arizona, ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Rate Remains High at 14.5% 

    UnidosUS (UnidosUS, 2020-07-02)
    The June Latino jobs report highlights the impact of coronavirus related job and income losses on Latino’s renters and homeowners. Latino’s are overrepresented in low-wage sectors, where employees were among the first to ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Rate Remains High at 8.4% 

    UnidosUS (UnidosUS, 2020-12-04)
    The November Latino jobs report explores the impact that slow-growth and continued job loss are having on Latinos ability to recovery from the current economic crisis. With millions of jobs still having not recovered in ...
  • Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Rate Remains High at 8.8% 

    UnidosUS (UnidosUS, 2020-11-06)
    The October Latino jobs report takes an in-depth look at the possible long-term impacts of the COVID-19 economic crisis on Latino workers, specifically those whose jobs have been permanently lost. With over half of all ...