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Hispanic Workers See Some Warning Signs In An Overall Good Jobs Report

Race, Jobs, and the Economy October 2023 Update September 15th through October 15th is Hispanic Heritage Month. As noted in our Latino Racial Wealth Snapshot, almost 19% of Americans are Hispanic and while their population has almost doubled in number since 2020 they remain far less wealthy than non-Hispanic White Americans. From college attainment to homeownership to income, Hispanics

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Racial Wealth Snapshot: Latino Americans And The Racial Wealth Divide

Latino population growth continued over the past decade, rising by about 24% to 62.5 million in 2021. In 2020, Latinos represented 18.7% of the US population, accounting for about half (52%) of total US population growth over the decade. Latinos have a greater share of the growth than any other racial or ethnic group.

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MISSED OPPORTUNITIES: Financial Institutions In New York City Discourage Prospective Small Business Applicants

NCRC conducted mystery shopper tests in 34 New York City bank branches to assess the state of small business lending after governments eased or eliminated most COVID-related business and personal behavior restrictions.

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Racial Wealth Snapshot: Asian Americans And The Racial Wealth Divide

Asian Americans are the fastest growing racial or ethnic group in the United States, and are predicted to be the nation’s largest immigrant group by 2050. Asian Americans are forecast to exceed the Hispanic share of the immigrant population and to make up 36% of all US immigrants by 2055.

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Continued Wage Growth, But A Possible Warning Sign From Black Workers: Race, Jobs & The Economy Update – May 2023

The Black unemployment rate is sometimes seen as a “canary in the coal mine” for the broader economy. When it begins to rise, it may signal a looming downturn.

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