Unemployment rates drop for Latinos

Unemployment rates drop for Latinos

NewsTaco April 10, 2017

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco (1 minute read)    The Bureau of Labor statistics released its March unemployment numbers and the overall jobs situation isn’t looking good. Wall Street Economists had predicted […]

Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Rate Falls in July

NewsTaco August 8, 2016

*Latino unemployment dropped from 5.8 to 5.4 percent. VL By Brian Latimer, NBC News July surpassed expectations for job growth in the U.S., and although the national unemployment rate stayed […]

Good news for February Latino employment

NewsTaco March 4, 2016

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco (1 minute read) Good news for the economy overall, and some good news for the U.S. Latino economy specifically. The Bureau of Labor Statistics released February […]

Latino unemployment dips to 5.9%

NewsTaco February 5, 2016

Victor Landa, NewsTaco Today, The Bureau of Labor Statistics announced its count of unemployed persons for the month of January and said that [tweet_dis]151,000 new jobs were added to the nation’s […]

What I didn’t hear in the State of the Union speech, and why

NewsTaco January 13, 2016

Victor Landa, NewsTaco More than any other speech that President Obama has delivered, last nights’ State of the Union was done more for himself than for any audience, real or […]

Latino unemployment rate drops to 6.3 percent

NewsTaco January 8, 2016

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco The Bureau of Labor Statistics released its December employment numbers this morning, and economists are calling the report stellar. [tweet_dis]There were 1,655,000 unemployed Latinos in the U.S. […]

Fact check: Is Latino youth really 36% unemloyed, per Bernie Sanders?

NewsTaco October 14, 2015

*Aside from this Bernie Sanders mention and a quick discussion about immigration, Latinos were scarcely mentioned directly in last night’s Democratic presidential debate. VL By Louis Jacobson, Politifact During his […]