Latino Education and Economic Progress: Running Faster But Still Behind

Discusses the progress made in degree attainment among Latinx students, as well as areas for improvement. The report reveals that lagging college degree attainment has led Latinos to become stuck in the middle-wage tiers of the labor market. The report also finds that obtaining a college degree remains a challenge, with only 21% of Latinos having a bachelor’s degree.

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