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Monthly Latino Empolyment Report: Five Latino Economic Priorities in the President’s Budget
After years of federal budget policies that have slashed critical programs in order to rapidly shrink the federal budget deficit, President Obama's budget proposal for fiscal year 2015 offers policy priorities to stimulate ...
Young Latino Men’s Employment Prospects: Monthly Latino Employment Report
Young Latino Men's Employment Prospects Highlights from the New NCLR Report on Millennials Practitioners and researchers generally agree that early work experience offers young people vital skills that benefit them ...
Monthly Latino Employment Report: Latino Families Experiencing Slower Economic Recovery
Latino Families Experiencing Slower Economic Recovery Toplines from NCLR and Latino Decisions poll on Latinos and the Economy In the wake of the damaging recession, Latino workers and entrepreneurs are helping to fuel ...
New Data Show that Latino Poverty is Improving But Remains Alarmingly High
An analysis of the poverty and income data released on September 16 and policy recommendations to boost economic growth, raise wages, and strengthen important antipoverty programs.
Monthly Latino Employment Report: The Federal Minimum Wage
Given recent momentum and local victories around the minimum wage, this month's Monthly Latino Employment Report revisits the need to raise the federal minimum wage. Latinos would benefit disproportionately from an increase ...
Monthly Latino Employment Report: Efforts to Improve the Minimum Wage Blocked
Earlier this week, the U.S. Senate blocked the \Minimum Wage Fairness Act\ (S. 2223), a bill that would raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 by 2016 and has bipartisan support among the majority of Americans. ...
Job Gains in Key Industries Hold Latino Unemployment Rate at 8.4%: Monthly Latino Employment Report
Job growth in January, while low, was concentrated in several industries that disproportionately employ Latino workers.
Monthly Latino Employment Report: April 2014
Monthly Latino Employment Report: Latino Labor Force Growth
The year 2050 is widely projected to be a turning point after which the United States will have no single racial or ethnic majority. By that time, the Latino share of the American workforce will have nearly doubled from ...
Monthly Latino Employment Report: Latino Millennials’ Attitudes toward the Job Market
The latest NCLR research on employment disparities and how Latino millennials see the changing economy.