Navigating Workplace Dynamics: Intersections of Age, Race, and Gender for Hispanic/Latino Older Workers – Part 2
In the second installment, we turn our focus to occupational segregation and access to opportunities for Hispanic/Latino older workers. Research shows that they are often concentrated in lower-paying jobs with limited upward mobility. By examining the root causes of occupational segregation, we aim to identify actionable steps towards fostering inclusivity and leveling the playing field in the workplace.
Black History Month Virtual Town Hall with Congressman Glenn Ivey (D-MD-04)
Join Congressman Glenn Ivey (D-MD-04) and Harold T. Fisher for their virtual discussion on advancing equitable economic opportunity and prioritizing an age-inclusive workforce.
Navigating Workplace Dynamics: Intersections of Age, Race, and Gender for Hispanic/Latino Older Workers – Part 1
The first part of our series examines the labor force participation rates and wage disparities among Hispanic/Latino older workers. Despite high participation rates, data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reveals persistent wage gaps compared to non-Hispanic counterparts. We delve into the factors contributing to these disparities and explore strategies for achieving equitable compensation.