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Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Rate Spiked to 6%
The U.S. Department of Labor reported that employers lost 701,000 jobs in March. The Latino unemployment rate spiked to 6%. The food services sector led in the decline of jobs.
Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Rate Spiked to 18.9%
In April, the leisure and hospitality industry cut 7.7 million jobs. Latinos are overrepresented in leisure and hospitality, making up 24% of workers.
Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Rate Remains the Highest at 17.6%
The May Latino jobs report shows the devastating toll that the pandemic is still having on Latinas, in particular. More than 3 million households in the United States are headed by Latinas, and the majority of Latina mothers ...
Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Rate Remains High at 14.5%
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 10.5%
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 10.3%
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 8.8%
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 ...
Latino Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Rate Remains High at 8.4%
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 ...