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Latino Non-Standard Work Arrangements in 2018
Latino Non-Standard Work Arrangements in 2018: A Snapshot of the Federal Reserve Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking (SHED) One of the many issue areas addressed by the survey is involvement in non-standard ...
Latinos in California: Building a Secure Economic Future
Despite ongoing inequities where Latinos lag behind other California residents, gains across several economic indicators point to better economic security for Latinos. Given the size of the Latino population in California, ...
Unaffordable Housing: A Barrier to Latino Asset-Building
By 2030, Latinos are projected to make up 21% of the population and 37% of new households. As a result, the Latino community will play an increasingly important role in advancing our nation’s economic prosperity. This ...
Beyond Wages: Effects of the Latina Wage Gap
A persistent gender-based wage gap continues to harm women, their families, and the economy—and is particularly damaging for Latinas.
Latinos in Pennsylvania: Building a Secure Economic Future
Despite ongoing inequities where Latinos lag behind other Pennsylvania residents, gains across several economic indicators point to better economic security for Latinos. This fact sheet explores those indicators and ...
Latino Jobs Report: U.S. Employers Add 128,000 Jobs in October
The U.S. Department of Labor reported that employers added 128,000 jobs in October. The Latino unemployment rate increased to 4.1%. The food services sector led job growth.
Improving Child Care in the United States for Families and Women of Color
Child care is fundamental to the economic security of women and families, but is out of reach for many. Child care is one of the highest costs in a family’s monthly budget, and is often a larger expense than the cost of ...
Latino Jobs Report: U.S. Employers Add 266,000 Jobs in November
The U.S. Department of Labor reported that employers added 45,000 jobs in November. The Latino unemployment rate increased to 4.2%. The health care sector led job growth.
Weakening the Community Reinvestment Act Will Make It Harder for Latino Families to Get Ahead
This month, the Trump administration is expected to issue a new rule that would significantly weaken the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA)—a 1977 historic civil rights law enacted to curb discriminatory practices in lending ...
Latino Jobs Report: U.S. Employers Add 145,000 Jobs in December
The U.S. Department of Labor reported that employers added 145,000 jobs in December. The Latino unemployment rate remained unchanged at 4.2%. The retail services sector led job growth.