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Women of color comprised Black women: Hispanic women: White women: 3. Percent of women of color among all US management, business, and financial operations employees in 9 Asian women: Hispanic or Latinas: White women: Black women: 4.
Hispanic women: 4. Roughly Within these occupations: 21 More than half of home health aides are Black women. Among all employed women of color, the largest percentage work as cashiers, registered nurses, and elementary and middle school teachers.
Note that Hispanic is defined as an ethnic heritage and people who identify their origin as Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish may be any race. United States Census Bureau. Annual estimates of the resident population by sex, race, and Hispanic origin [Data set].
Annual estimates of the resident population by sex, race, and Hispanic origin [Data set]; United States Census Bureau. Table 4: Projected race and Hispanic origin [Data set]. National Center for Education Statistics. Table Bureau of Labor Statistics. Table 3. Employment Projections. Table Employed persons by occupation, race, Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, and sex [Data set].
Frankel, B. On the verge: How to stop the tidal wave of multicultural women fleeing corporate America. Working Mother Media. Thomas, R. Women in the workplace Corporate America is at a critical crossro. Table 1: Employed and experienced unemployed persons by detailed occupation, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, annual average unpublished data [Data set].
Current Population Survey. The wage gap: The who, how, why, and what to do: Fact sheet. Tucker, J. Frye, J. On the frontlines at work and at home: The disproportionate economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic on women of color. Center for American Progress. Revisions to the standards for the classification of federal data on race and ethnicity. Federal Register Notice; U. Census Bureau. Statistical standards.
National Center for Education Statistics, messages to author.Latina or black women
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Pandemic Worries Have Black and Latina Women Focusing on Self-Care