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Monthly Latino Employment Report: Latino Unemployment Falls to May 2008 Levels

Catherine Singley Harvey, (October 3, 2014)

Issue: Economy and Employment, Wealth-Building
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

The latest NCLR research on Latino employment trends. Read More

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New Data Show that Latino Poverty is Improving But Remains Alarmingly High

NCLR, (September 16, 2014)

Issue: Economy and Employment, Wealth-Building
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

An analysis of the poverty and income data released on September 16 and policy recommendations to boost economic growth, raise wages, and strengthen important antipoverty programs. Read More

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Monthly Latino Employment Report: Latino Millennials’ Attitudes toward the Job Market

Catherine Singley Harvey, (September 5, 2014)

Issue: Economy and Employment, Wealth-Building
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

The latest NCLR research on employment disparities and how Latino millennials see the changing economy. Read More

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Monthly Latino Employment Report: Latino Families Experiencing Slower Economic Recovery

Alicia Criado, (August 1, 2014)

Issue: Economy and Employment, Economy and Workforce
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

Latino Families Experiencing Slower Economic Recovery Toplines from NCLR and Latino Decisions poll on Latinos and the Economy In the wake of the damaging recession, Latino workers and entrepreneurs are helping to fuel the resurgence of the American economy. But even though they are the fastest-growing segment of the American workforce, Hispanics still struggle with a number of economic issues related to poverty, unemployment, and housing. At the 2014 NCLR Annual Conference in Los Angeles last week, NCLR and Latino Decisions released a poll, which found that the economic crisis is still very personal for Latino families. This month’s Monthly... Read More

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New York Common Core Fact Sheet

NCLR, (June 24, 2014)

Issue: Common Core, Education
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are a state-led effort to establish a single set of clear educational standards for English language arts and mathematics that states can share and voluntarily adopt. These standards are designed to ensure that students graduate from high school prepared for college, work, and success in the global economy. Read More

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Colorado Common Core Fact Sheet

NCLR, (June 24, 2014)

Issue: Common Core, Education
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are a state-led effort to establish a single set of clear educational standards for English language arts and mathematics that states can share and voluntarily adopt. These standards are designed to ensure that students graduate from high school prepared for college, work, and success in the global economy. Read More

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California Common Core Fact Sheet

NCLR, (June 24, 2014)

Issue: Education, Common Core
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are a state-led effort to establish a single set of clear educational standards for English language arts and mathematics that states can share and voluntarily adopt. These standards are designed to ensure that students graduate from high school prepared for college, work, and success in the global economy. Read More

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Arizona Common Core Fact Sheet

NCLR, (June 24, 2014)

Issue: Common Core, Education
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are a state-led effort to establish a single set of clear educational standards for English language arts and mathematics that states can share and voluntarily adopt. These standards are designed to ensure that students graduate from high school prepared for college, work, and success in the global economy. Read More

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Monthly Latino Employment Report: Latino Labor Force Growth

Alicia Criado, (June 6, 2014)

Issue: Economy and Employment, Economy and Workforce
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

The year 2050 is widely projected to be a turning point after which the United States will have no single racial or ethnic majority. By that time, the Latino share of the American workforce will have nearly doubled from 15.6% to 30%. This Monthly Latino Employment Report highlights industries in which Latinos already represent one in three workers, as well as occupations that are seldom recognized as relying disproportionately on Latino workers. Read More

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Monthly Latino Employment Report: Efforts to Improve the Minimum Wage Blocked

Alicia Criado, (May 2, 2104)

Publication Type: Fact Sheet

Earlier this week, the U.S. Senate blocked the “Minimum Wage Fairness Act" (S. 2223), a bill that would raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 by 2016 and has bipartisan support among the majority of Americans. The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) issued a statement just after the vote expressing disappointment in the Senate’s missed opportunity to help lift approximately 28 million workers out of poverty and improve their standard of living. Looking ahead, NCLR will continue highlighting stories of workers in our communities as well as advocating for federal and state policies that create living wage... Read More

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Monthly Latino Employment Report: April 2014

Catherine Singley, (April 4, 2014)

Publication Type: Fact Sheet

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Job Gains in Key Industries Hold Latino Unemployment Rate at 8.4%:  Monthly Latino Employment Report

Catherine Singley, (February 7, 2014)

Publication Type: Fact Sheet

Job growth in January, while low, was concentrated in several industries that disproportionately employ Latino workers. Read More

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Monthly Latino Employment Report: The Federal Minimum Wage

Alicia Criado, (January 10, 2014)

Issue: Economy and Employment
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

Given recent momentum and local victories around the minimum wage, this month’s Monthly Latino Employment Report revisits the need to raise the federal minimum wage. Latinos would benefit disproportionately from an increase in the federal minimum wage because of their overrepresentation in low-wage occupations. Nearly one-quarter of the 27.8 million workers who would be directly affected by the “Fair Minimum Wage Act” are Latino. Read More

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Monthly Latino Employment Report: Latino Unemployment Drops Below 9%

Catherine Singley, (December 6, 2013)

Issue: Economy and Employment
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

November 2013 marked the first time since November 2008 when the Latino unemployment rate dropped below 9%. Read More

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Monthly Latino Employment Report: Young Latinos in the Workforce

Catherine Singley, (November 8, 2013)

Issue: Economy and Employment
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

Given their importance to the nation’s future prosperity and global competitiveness, young Latino workers are an important subgroup to monitor in this post-recession era. This Monthly Latino Employment Report is an update to the December 2011 report on young Latinos in the workforce. Read More

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Latino Voters Want Jobs, Not Cuts

NCLR, (November 4, 2013)

Issue: Economy and Employment
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

The stakes for Latino employment and the debate over the federal budget. Read More

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Latinos and the Federal Budget: Stop the Cuts and Invest in Youth

NCLR, (November 15, 2013)

Issue: Economy and Employment
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

Much is at stake for Latinos across the country as Congress renews its efforts to reach an agreement on the federal budget. The October 17, 2013 deal to reopen the government and avoid defaulting on the nation’s debt charged a bipartisan group of lawmakers with developing a budget blueprint by December 13, 2013. Congress has a window of opportunity to put an end to the era of budget crises and chart a more balanced course for our federal budget that stops deep cuts, reinvests in youth and working families, and grows the economy. Read More

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Monthly Latino Employment Report: Latino Labor Force Growth

Catherine Singley, (October 22, 2013)

Issue: Economy and Employment
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

By the year 2050, one in three workers in the U.S. will be Latino. The demographic makeup of the workforce of the future is already evident in certain segments of today’s economy. This Monthly Latino Employment Report highlights industries in which Latinos already represent one in three workers, as well as occupations that are seldom recognized as relying disproportionately on Latino workers. Read More

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Questions and Answers The Bipartisan Policy Center Assessment of the Consumer Financial Protection

NCLR, (September 24, 2013)

Publication Type: Fact Sheet

The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) is pleased to have partnered with Rick Fischer of Morrison & Foerster, LLP and BPC staff to author this report listing more than 30 specific findings and recommendations for consideration by the Bureau, Congress, and others. Read More

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2012 Data Latino Poverty Analysis

NCLR, (September 17, 2013)

Issue: Economy and Workforce
Publication Type: Fact Sheet

Data shows poverty and income among Latinos remains unchanged. Read More

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