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Hispanics in the Labor Force: A Chartbook
By the year 2005, Hispanic representation in the labor force is expected to increase by 44%. This is the fastest growth projected for any group. It is driven by the overall population growth of the group — from both natural ...
U.S. Hispanic Demographic Profile: Developments, Implications, and Challenges
An assessment of the social and economic status of the U.S. Hispanic population suggests that, as the 20th century comes to a close, Latinos are at a critical juncture. There now exist at least 25 to 30 years of solid data, ...
On the Sidelines: Hispanic Elderly and the Continuum of Care
Two current demographic trends—the increase in the elderly population in this country and the rapid growth of the Hispanic elderly population—promise a profound impact on America's present and future. Both of these demographic ...
The Decade of the Hispanic: An Economic Retrospective
Many observers predicted that the 1980s would be "The Decade of the Hispanic." In many ways, the name fit, from 1980 to 1989. The following report identifies seven trends which characterized Hispanics' economic situation ...
Untapped Potential: A Look at Hispanic Women in the U.S.
This report represents an effort to synthesize existing data and information on the status of Latina women, as well as to highlight the areas of concerns that researchers, policy makers, and advocates should address. In ...