Hispanic labor force participation rate in the U.S. in 2014 , by region

Hispanic labor force participation rate in the United States in 2014 , by region

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 31, 2016
Hispanic labor force participation rate in the U.S. in 2014 , by region This graph shows the labor force participation rate of the Hispanic population in the United States in 2014, distinguished by region. In 2014, about 62.7 percent of the Hispanic population in the Pacific region participated in the job market.
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Hispanic labor force participation rate in the United States in 2014 , by region

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Labor force participation rate
West North Central 75.7%
East South Central 70.5%
East North Central 69.6%
New England 68%
South Atlantic 67.1%
West South Central 66.8%
U.S. 66.2%
Pacific 65.7%
Mountain 65.4%
Middle Atlantic 62.1%
Labor force participation rate
West North Central 75.7%
East South Central 70.5%
East North Central 69.6%
New England 68%
South Atlantic 67.1%
West South Central 66.8%
U.S. 66.2%
Pacific 65.7%
Mountain 65.4%
Middle Atlantic 62.1%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 31, 2016
This graph shows the labor force participation rate of the Hispanic population in the United States in 2014, distinguished by region. In 2014, about 62.7 percent of the Hispanic population in the Pacific region participated in the job market.
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