Friday, October 29, 2010

Puerto Rican Youth Face Severe Challenges

Sam Dolnick reports in the NY Times:

Puerto Ricans ages 16 to 24 have the lowest rates of school enrollment and employment, and the highest rates of poverty among Latino New Yorkers. Puerto Rican men are more than twice as likely as their Mexican peers to be out of school and out of the labor force. Puerto Rican women are more likely to be out of school and unemployed than Dominican or Mexican women. Read more...

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