Thursday, October 24, 2019

Latino Youths Outpace Their Peers In Employment Gains Following Recession

  The Latino youth in America has made a significantly better comeback following the economic downturn and the Great Recession, making the biggest gains in unemployment than their peers in other demographic groups. That is according to a new study by the Pew Research Center. Jens Manuel Krogstad, one of the authors of the Pew […]

New Report by Latino Civil Rights Group Shows Latinos Facing greater Job Insecurity

The National Council of La Raza (NCLR), a Latino civil rights non-profit group, released a report on Monday that shows Latinos are more insecure about jobs even though there is “significant” job growth in sectors that employ high numbers of Hispanics. Eric Rodríguez, NCLR Vice President of Research, Advocacy and Legislation, said in a statement […]

Report: California immigrant men more likely to be employed

A study released by the California Immigrant Policy Center shows that 84 percent of Latino and Asian immigrant men of working age are employed compared with 78 percent of U.S.-born Latino and Asian men. Immigrant women were less likely to be employed than their U.S.-born counterparts.