Read the latest research reports of Latinas in the United States
We've extracted reports from different resources to demonstrate where U.S. Latinas stand in our country. The resources below examines issues especially related to Latina professionals, Latina entrepreneurs, and Latina-owned businesses in the United States.
ECONOMIC STATUS OF LATINAS REPORT FROM HOPE
Hispanas Organized for Political Equality (HOPE) presents this third report in its series on the Economic Status of Latinas in California. This report, which updates national, state, and regional indicators on Latina economic progress compared to other major demographic groups, comes at a critical historic moment as the United States and the globe face a three-fold crisis of public health, economic recession, and social upheaval in the face of enduring racism. As such, these findings represent a key touchstone in an economic and social reality that is quickly shifting and serves to document a historical baseline for the economic status of Latinas before the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, providing the context for how they might fare and respond to the current financial losses to individuals and households, schools, and the greater corporate and public sectors.
LATINA POWER SHIFT REPORT FROM NIELSEN (2013)
U.S. Hispanic women, also known as Latinas, have recently and rapidly surfaced as prominent contributors to the educational, economic, and cultural wellbeing of not only their own ethnicity but of the U.S. American society and the consumer marketplace. This rise of Latinas is driven both by strong demographics and a healthy inclination to embrace and retain their Hispanic culture even as they make significant strides toward success in the United States.
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