Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Comentarios from Maria: “Bipartisan Coalition Bolsters U.S. STEM”

Co-Written with John E. Sununu The sequester’s arrival on March 1 left Americans with more questions than answers about our country’s economic future. Most of all, it epitomized the challenge of finding consensus in the current political climate. That failure makes the bipartisan movement on immigration reform this year all the more impressive — and […]

Guest Blogger Series: John Berry “What OPM is doing to Improve Hispanic Representation within Federal Service”

At the U.S. Office of Personnel Management we’ve worked steadily with partners across government to build initiatives to make the Federal workforce accessible to applicants, and responsive to emerging, twenty-first century needs.  More must be done – but I want to ensure the projects underway are well known both inside and outside of Washington. We […]

Guest Blogger Series: Janet Murguía “Job Growth: Here to Stay?”

A new analysis from the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) shows there’s good news and there’s bad news on the jobs front for Latinos.  The analysis found promising job growth in industries with a heavy Latino presence between January and February, but that growth is tinged with the reality that Latino workers still feel […]

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 […]