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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: The Federal Minimum Wage
The federal minimum wage, which sets the floor on wages nationwide, has lost significant \real\ value since it was first set in 1938. Despite inflation, Congress has only raised the minimum wage three times in the past ...
Monthly Latino Employment Report: Hispanic Home Care Workers
This report describes the characteristics of home care workers and overdue regulatory reforms that would improve wages and quality of care in this vital industry.
Monthly Latino Employment Report: Financial Access among Unemployed Latinos
This Monthly Latino Employment Report provides the latest Latino employment statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor plus highlights from Latino Financial Access and Inclusion in California.
Monthly Latino Employment Report: Latino Workers Contribute to Colorado’s Economy
The 2010 Census national data show that Colorado ranks among the top ten states with the largest proportions of Latinos and the largest growth in the Latino population between 2000 and 2010. Today, Latinos play an integral ...
Monthly Latino Employment Report: Workplace Fatalities on the Rise Again
This report looks ahead to the looming fiscal debate in the face of new evidence that the number of Latinos killed from injuries on the job is increasing.
Monthly Latino Employment Report: Steering Economic Recovery
As the fastest-growing segment of the labor force and one that is already contributing to growth in the transportation sector, Latinos stand to benefit from job creation in transportation. Policies designed to diversify ...
Monthly Latino Employment Report: Growth in Low-Wage Industries Continues
Several growing industries employ a disproportionate share of low-wage workers. Latinos are acutely affected by this trend, since they are more likely than other Americans to work in low-wage jobs. This report complements ...
Monthly Latino Employment Report: Latino Unemployment Drops Below 9%
November 2013 marked the first time since November 2008 when the Latino unemployment rate dropped below 9%.