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US Jobs Report: Latino Unemployment Rate Slips, but Millions Remain Jobless in February

The U.S. Latino unemployment rate dropped during February as labor force participation increased.
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Unemployment Rate Drops Below 5 Percent, Wages Rise for US Workers

A new jobs report reveals that the U.S. unemployment rate has dropped to the lowest level in eight years, while wages for American workers have grown.
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13 Million Latinos Not in Labor Force: October Jobs Report

The U.S. Latino unemployment rate dropped based on October's jobs report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
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Latino Unemployment Rate Slips, But Fewer Engaged in Labor Force

As the overall U.S. unemployment rate fell, the Latino unemployment rate also dropped but fewer Latinos are participating in the labor force.
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Latino Unemployment Rate Slips to 6.6 Percent in June But Millions Not Job Searching

The U.S. and Latino unemployment rate slipped based on May's jobs data. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), an agency within the U.S. Department of Labor, announced the overall unemployment rate decreased to 5.3 percent as 223,000 jobs were added.
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Latino Unemployment Rate Declines in May But 13 Million Latinos 'Not in the Labor Force'

The U.S. Latino unemployment declined by 1-percentage point in comparison to May 2014, and economists have remained optimistic about the latest jobs report.
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Labor Secretary Thomas Perez Talks U.S. Job Troubles, Praises Loretta Lynch AG Confirmation

U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Thomas Perez praised the Senate’s confirmation vote of Loretta Lynch and addressed the country’s labor issues ranging from wages, Obamacare and unions.
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U.S. Latino Jobless Rate Rises in March, More Latinas Unemployed Than Latino Males

While the overall U.S. unemployment went unchanged in March, last month did see an unemployment rate increase for the U.S. Latino community, according to the latest federal statistics.
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US Latinos' Job Rate Growing Faster Than Other Minorities; Unemployment Rate Down From 2014

The U.S. Latino unemployment rate has reportedly decreased to its pre-Great Recession levels and has improved at a faster rate compared to other minority populations.
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US Unemployment Rate 2015: Latino Unemployment Rate Surpasses National US Average

While the overall U.S. unemployment rate grew during January, the Latino unemployment also saw minor growth.
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Latino Millennials Talk Economy, Free Community College & Immigration After State of the Union Address

President Barack Obama covered several topics during the latest State of the Union address on Jan. 20, ranging from the free community college program, immigration and notably the economy. Latin Post spoke with Latino millennials about the State of the Union on the aforementioned topics.
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Latino Unemployment Rate Slips, But Increases Among Teen Workers in New Figures

The last month of 2014 helped result a decline of the overall U.S unemployment and the country’s Latino unemployment rates.
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U.S. Latino Unemployment Rate Drops in November; More Latinos Working Than Latinas

While the overall U.S. unemployment rate was unchanged for November at 5.8 percent, the Latino unemployment rate, however, did drop across the nation during the same period.
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Latino Unemployment Rate in September 2014: Jobless Rate Falls to Lowest Point Since May 2008

While the overall U.S. unemployment rate dropped to its lowest levels in six years, the Latino unemployment rate also fell to a new low.
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House Speaker John Boehner on Latest Unemployment Rate: Democrats Trying to Convince 'Things Are Great'

The overall U.S. unemployment rate fell to its lowest levels in six years, but Republicans are not celebrating the achievement.
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US Latino Unemployment Rate: 1.9 Million Latinos Unemployed But Millions More Not in Labor Force

The U.S. Latino unemployment rate has declined based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics' August report, but the number of people employed and not in the labor force depict a different picture.
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