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Profiles of the Latino Workforce: What Are Some Ways to Reduce the Risk of Dying on the Job?
The competitiveness of thousands of American businesses depends on the contributions of low-skilled workers. However, outdated labor protections, a dysfunctional immigration system, and weakened federal investment in ...
Latino Child Well-Being List of Indicators
The report, America’s Future: Latino Child Well-Being in Numbers and Trends, was coauthored by the Population Reference Bureau and integrates a range of key factors and outcomes in demography, citizenship, family structure ...
Will the Foreclosure Crisis Consume the Latino Middle Class?
Each month, as the rate of foreclosures rises, Americans ask if we have seen the worst of it. Studies indicate, however, that families will continue to lose their homes at record levels. Without a comprehensive strategy ...
Profiles of the Latino Workforce: How Important is Unionization to Latinos?
The labor movement has historically enabled workers to organize for positive change in the workplace by compelling employers to abide by the law and strive to improve job quality. Union membership and coverage by a ...
Municipio Snapshots Series, 2006/2007
The status of children in Puerto Rico is defined by social and economic characteristics, as well as by indicators of health and education levels. Given the information gap on the status of children in the municipios, the ...
Critical Things You Should Know About Health Care Reform
Final passage of health care reform legislation has left Americans wondering how they will be affected by the new changes. To answer some of the most pressing questions, NCLR has put together this document profiling the ...