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Briefing Book - Labor Market Trends

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Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Income & Poverty, Labor Market, Race

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Document Date:
03/01/2010
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The BRA's Research Division provided data and analysis for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians (MONB) first New Bostonians Summit held on March 31, 2010. The Labor Market Trends is a Summit briefing book that looks at Metro Boston's current labor market and workforce, highlighting the importance of education and language skills both currently and in the future.

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New Bostonians Summit Presentation

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Education, Foreign-born, Language

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Document Date:
03/01/2010
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The BRA's Research Division provided data and analysis for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians (MONB) first New Bostonians Summit held on March 31, 2010. This presentation given by Alvaro Lima, Director of Research, at the Summit, highlights and discusses the importance of education and language skills to the labor market, both current and for the future, and its accompanying economic impact.

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New Bostonians 2009

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Age, Education, Foreign-born, Households & Families, Income & Poverty, Language, Race

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Document Date:
09/28/2009
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New Bostonians 2009 is an update to the New Bostonians 2005, a demographic and economic snapshot of Boston's foreign-born population, prepared for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians by the BRA Research Division. This recent update contains new data and calculations using the most recent American Community Survey, a yearly survey by the U.S. Census Bureau to allow communities to see how they are changing in the years between decennial censuses.

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Imagine all the People - Hispanic

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Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Households & Families, Income & Poverty, Race

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Document Date:
06/01/2009
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Produced by the Boston Redevelopment Authority's Research Division for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians this is a profile of the Hispanic population in Boston. The "imagine all the people" series highlights immigrant communities and their economic contributions to Boston's social, cultural, and economic life. This profile includes all Hispanics living in Boston, both native-born and foreign-born.

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Imagine all the People - Dominican

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Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Language

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Document Date:
06/01/2009
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"imagine all the people" is a series produced by the Boston Redevelopment Authority Research Division for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians that highlights immigrant communities and their contributions to Boston's social, cultural and economic life.

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Imagine all the People - Brazilian

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Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Language

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Document Date:
06/01/2009
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"imagine all the people" is a series produced by the Boston Redevelopment Authority Research Division for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians that highlights immigrant communities and their contributions to Boston's social, cultural and economic life. This recently updated profile contains the new data and calculations using the most recent American Community Survey, a yearly survey by the U.S. Census Bureau to allow communities to see how they are changing in the years between decennial censuses.

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Imagine all the People - Haitian

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Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Language

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Document Date:
06/01/2009
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"imagine all the people" is a series produced by the Boston Redevelopment Authority Research Division for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians that highlights immigrant communities and their contributions to Boston's social, cultural and economic life. This recently updated profile contains the new data and calculations using the most recent American Community Survey, a yearly survey by the U.S. Census Bureau to allow communities to see how they are changing in the years between decennial censuses.

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Imagine all the People - Foreign Born (English)

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Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Language

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Document Date:
06/01/2009
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Produced by the Boston Redevelopment Authority's Research Division for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians this is the introduction to the "imagine all the people" series that highlights immigrant communities and their contributions to Boston's social, cultural, and economic life. This recently updated profile contains new data and calculations using the most recent American Community Survey, a yearly survey by the U.S. Census Bureau to allow communities to see how they are changing in the years between decennial censuses.

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Imagine all the People - Dominican (Spanish)

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Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Language

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Document Date:
06/01/2009
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This recently updated profile contains the new data and calculations using the most recent American Community Survey, a yearly survey by the U.S. Census Bureau to allow communities to see how they are changing in the years between decennial censuses. "imagine all the people" is a series produced by the Boston Redevelopment Authority Research Division for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians that highlights immigrant communities and their contributions to Boston's social, cultural and economic life.

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Imagine all the People - Foreign Born (Spanish)

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Age, Education, Foreign-born, Gender, Language

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Document Date:
06/01/2009
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Produced by the Boston Redevelopment Authority's Research Division for the Mayor's Office of New Bostonians this is the introduction to the "imagine all the people" series that highlights immigrant communities and their contributions to Boston's social, cultural, and economic life. This recently updated profile contains new data and calculations using the most recent American Community Survey, a yearly survey by the U.S. Census Bureau to allow communities to see how they are changing in the years between decennial censuses.

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