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Fractures in the Foundation: Chapter 5
Chapter 5: Major Issues Affecting Job Quality for Latinos. This chapter explores the major issues that help explain the quality disparity Latinos face on the job.
Fractures in the Foundation: Chapter 3
Chapter 3: Troubling Indicators of Job Quality. Although individual workers may value one aspect of their job over another, policymakers have generally prioritized wages, benefits, and working conditions as the core ...
Fractures in the Foundation: Chapter 1
Chapter 1: Today's Latino Workforce: Diverse and Growing. As the Hispanic workforce continues to grow, their labor market contributions become increasingly important to the economy as a whole; by 2050, it is expected ...
Investing in Our Future: A Latino Policy Agenda for the 114th Congress
This publication outlines issues and legislation that affect the Latino community and recommendations for action. Solving these issues is critical not only to the well-being of the Latino community but to the future of our ...
Bright Green: Five Metropolitan Areas Where the Latino Workforce and the Clean Economy Overlap
The growth of the Latino workforce and the push toward environmental sustainability will both define the future of the American economy. This report compares the occupational and educational profiles of the Hispanic workforce ...
America’s Future: Latino Child Well-Being in Numbers and Trends
America's Future: Latino Child Well-Being in Numbers and Trends was produced by the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) and the Population Reference Bureau (PRB). This data book offers a comprehensive overview of the state ...
Fractures in the Foundation: Executive Summary
Executive summary of the report Fractures in the Foundation: The Latino Worker's Experience in an Era of Declining Job Quality.
Latinos in the Golden State: An Analysis of Economic and Demographic Trends
This report uses state-level data to measure the economic status of Latinos in California and provides state and federal policy recommendations. The analysis finds that Latinos in California are more likely than other ...
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, ...