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Table 1:

Two Measures of Immigrant and

and U.S.-born Employment

(1000`s)

 

Census Bureau

V-DARE`s "Proxy" (a)

 

Foreign-Born

U.S.-born

Hispanic

Non-Hispanic

2001

17,445

117,627

16,190

120,750

2001

18,991

117,546

16,588

119,894

2003

19,731

118005

16.699

120,335

2004

20,256

118,997

17,928

121,320

Increase, 2001-04

 

 

 

 

Number

2,811

1,370

1,738

570

Percent

16.1%

1.2%

10.7%

0.5%

a. Average of the monthly Hispanic and non-Hispanic employment figures for each year. 

Sources: Census Bureau, Current Population Survey (Foreign-born and U.S.-born employment)

Bureau of Labor Statistics, Household employment survey (Hispanic and non-Hispanic employment.)

 

Edwin S. Rubenstein (email him) is President of ESR Research Economic Consultants in Indianapolis.