New Census data show strong 2015 earnings with Latinos seeing fastest growth

New Census data show strong 2015 earnings with Latinos seeing fastest growth

NewsTaco September 14, 2016

*The good news? That Latino earnings are up to $62,950. The bad? That 28.9 percent of Latinos younger than 18 live in poverty. VL By Valerie Wilson, Economic Policy Institute […]

A look at economic inequality, through a Latino lens

Mary Mata July 30, 2013

By Claudio Iván Remeseira, NBCLatino President Obama has been taking to the road urging action to reduce wage disparities.  In a recent interview for the New York Times , he worried that “years […]

January Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Remains High

Mary Mata February 3, 2012

Despite the U.S. economy’s addition of 243,000 jobs in January, the Latino community is still struggling with an unemployment rate of 10.5%. According to the U.S. Labor Department’s January report, the […]

Latino Academics Can Be Enterprising Independent Consultants

Mary Mata August 24, 2011

Latino academics can apply their expertise directly in the community as highly paid independent research consultants while local businesses, non-profit organizations and initiatives for traditionally underserved populations benefit from their […]

Broadband Internet Can Level The Playing Field For Latinos

Mary Mata July 12, 2011

The White House Initiative on Education Excellence for Hispanics was originally helmed by the administration of President George H.W. Bush to address the disparity in education rates between Latinos, whites, […]

New app brings clarity to Census numbers on nation’s racial-ethnic make-up

NewsTaco October 5, 2010

Have you ever wondered where the hacks that seep through the social media cracks get their information? You now the one’s I’m talking about, the one’s that re-post or link […]