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Oct. 21 marks Latina Women’s Equal Pay Day, a symbolic representation of the number of additional days Latina women must work to earn what white, non-Hispanic men earned the year before.
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Today, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the American economy added 194,000 jobs in the month of September, and the unemployment rate was 4.8 percent, down from 5.2 percent in August.
Chief Economist Janelle Jones shares takeaways from the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment Situation report.
If you’re considering an IT career, these nine occupations are projected to grow and all pay above – some well above! – the median 2020 annual wage of $41,950 for all jobs.
Women’s Bureau Deputy Director Analilia Mejia breaks down statistics on the state of Hispanic women in the U.S. workforce.
BLS projects there will be nearly 36 million Hispanic workers in the labor force by 2030, up from 10.7 million in 1990. During Hispanic Heritage Month, learn more about their vital contributions to our economy.
We’re still making our way towards pre-pandemic employment strength, and while there’s still plenty of work to do, August’s report included some positive indicators.
Here are five numbers to help put the July jobs report in context.
Black women are an integral part of the American labor force but have long faced a pay gap and they have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.