Central American Hispanic

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Freedom, Sancho, is one of the most precious gifts that men gave the heavens; It can not match the treasures that surround the Earth and sea: for freedom, as well as by the honor, you can and Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra is impressive must venture life as the emigration of Hispanic of various Latin American and Central American countries has increased significantly and as universia Knowledge Wharthon reports us, the latest figures available from the Hispanic population in the United States have surprised even to demographers: according to the 2010 census Hispanics exceed 50 million and half people, that is, one in every six Americans. From the year 2000 to 2010, Hispanics have been responsible for more than half of the population growth of the United States. In each and every one of the States, the Hispanic population grew. dallasblog.tricolorauto.com points out Moreover, that Hispanics are the largest in the United States ethnic group, therefore they have a very important impact in the economy. In fact, 15% of the workforce are Hispanic in the United States and they take an active role in keeping employees rather than unemployed. The rate of unemployment for Hispanics, was increased at the beginning of the newly recession they were very affected by the sharp decline in demand for construction of new homes but as much as the economy began to recover, the rate of employment for Latinos climbed higher than other ethnic groups. The participation of the labor force of Latinos, which is the population that is more working or actively seeking work, is higher than the indices of other groups, including Caucasians.

This shows that Latinos have the power to influence the economy despite the work they do. In addition to the labour force, the number of Hispanics growing post. Currently, around 2 million Hispanic workers with jobs in the areas of preparation of food, production, transport, construction, cleaning and maintenance.

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