March 24, 2010 (The Editor’s Desk is updated each business day.)
Unemployment rates for foreign-born workers, 2009
Unemployment rates for foreign-born workers, by race and ethnicity, 2008–09
|Race and Hispanic
or Latino ethnicity
White non-Hispanic or Latino
Black non-Hispanic or Latino
Asian non-Hispanic or Latino
Hispanic or Latino ethnicity
These data featured in the TED article, Unemployment rates for foreign-born workers, 2009.
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