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The Status of Latinos in the Labor Force
This fact sheet presents some essential data on the Latino labor force.
Labor Day 2008: A Snapshot of the Latino Workforce
Labor Day is an opportunity to recognize the importance of Latino workers to the American economy. Millions of Hispanic workers fill the ranks of jobs left open by an increasingly educated and mobile workforce, sustaining ...
Five Facts About Undocumented Workers in the United States
The strong presence of undocumented workers in the U.S. labor force illustrates the imbalance between the nation's immigration system and current economic realities. This fact sheet challenges some common myths about ...
How the State Fiscal Crises and Recovery Efforts May Widen Racial/Ethnic Income Inequality
This economic snapshot highlights the need for policymakers to do more to prevent widening racial/ethnic income disparities. In response to low tax revenue state and local governments are cutting social services. The ...
Dangerous Business: Implications of an EEVS for Latinos and the U.S. Workforce
The issue of implementing a national employment eligibility verification system (EEVS) has emerged from the immigration debate. However, it is clear that such a system has dramatic implications for the entire U.S. workforce. ...
Negocio peligroso: Implicaciones del sistema de verificación de elegibilidad de empleo (EEVS) para
El tema de la implementaciÓn de un sistema de verificaciÓn de elegibilidad de empleo (EEVS, por sus siglas en inglés) ha surgido del debate de inmigraciÓn. Sin embargo, está claro que un sistema como tal, tiene tremendas ...