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An Overview of America’s Working Poor

An Overview of America’s Working Poor

07 Jul 2016 | Angel Ross

Wage stagnation and the increasing number of people who are working yet still poor are significant challenges of our era. One recent study found that there isn’t a single congressional district in the country where a full-time minimum wage worker could afford a two-bedroom | Read more >

A Closer Look at Black Unemployment Using Ancestry Data

A Closer Look at Black Unemployment Using Ancestry Data

28 Jun 2016 | Sahelit Bahiru

The Black population in the United States historically faced widespread discrimination in the labor market, and studies reveal that employers continue to discriminate on the basis of race. Racial bias as well as other structural and institutional barriers are reflected in the Black | Read more >

New Data on Homeownership by API Subgroups Uncovers Gaps by Ancestry

New Data on Homeownership by API Subgroups Uncovers Gaps by Ancestry

09 Jun 2016 | Abigail Langston

The diverse range of Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native Hawaiian communities in the United States represents many different languages and countries of origin. When these communities are grouped together into a single “Asian or Pacific Islander” (API) category, that aggregated | Read more >