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Better Business: How Hispanic Entrepreneurs Are Beating Expectations and Bolstering the U.S. Economy

April 1, 2014

The Partnership for a New American Economy and the Latino Donor Collaborative’s new report, Better Business: How Hispanic Entrepreneurs Are Beating Expectations and Bolstering the U.S. Economy, shows how the number of Hispanic entrepreneurs in America has grown exponentially over the past two decades, powering the economy during the recent recession. Hispanic immigrants in particular are now more likely…

Press Release: New Report Shows Looming Gap in Less-Skilled Labor Force is a Threat to U.S. Economic Growth

March 27, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 27, 2014 CONTACT Ryan Williams, Partnership for a New American Economy, rwilliams@fp1strategies.com Blair Latoff Holmes, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, bholmes@uschamber.com Washington, DC — Strong demand for less-skilled workers is being undermined by a declining number of young people willing and able to work less-skilled jobs, according to a new report released…

A Critical Piece of the Puzzle

March 27, 2014

Strong demand for less-skilled workers is being undermined by a declining number of young people willing and able to work less-skilled jobs, according to a report released by the Partnership, A Critical Piece of the Puzzle: Demographic Change and Why Immigrants are Needed to Fill America’s Less-Skilled Labor Gap. The report, which was released during a Capitol Hill…

Press Release: Polling Analysis Casts Doubt on Claims that Congressional Actions on Immigration Reform would Impact 2014 Races

March 25, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 25, 2014 CONTACT Ryan Williams (PNAE) – 202-677-7085 POLLING ANALYSIS CASTS DOUBT ON CLAIMS THAT CONGRESSIONAL ACTION ON IMMIGRATION REFORM WOULD IMPACT 2014 RACES Data from districts of incumbent support and of incumbent opposition suggest that issue of immigration had negligible impact on voter turnout and voter decision  Obamacare, Economy and Jobs,…

No Longer Home Grown

March 18, 2014

American families are eating more imported fresh produce today than ever before, in substantial part because U.S. fresh produce growers lack enough labor to expand their production and compete with foreign importers. That just one of the findings in a new report, “No Longer Home Grown: How Labor Shortages are Increasing America’s Reliance on Imported…

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