Making the Labor Market Work for Hispanics

FEBRUARY 3, 2006 – They’re the nation’s fastest growing minority group, but in recent years, Hispanics have had fewer jobs, lower wages, less health insurance and declining pension coverage. Instead of catching up to other groups, Hispanics have remained behind.

But a recent study by a leading Washington Think Tank sheds new light on the issue, finding that unions might be the answer to helping them achieve the American dream.

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