How Hispanics could impact the future economy

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When it comes to understanding the impact that Hispanic people—the fastest-growing minority population in the U.S.—will have on the economy in the coming decades, following the data is a good place to start.

A new report published by Peterson Institute for International Economics, a private, nonprofit and nonpartisan policy-research organization, predicts that Hispanic workers will have an increasingly positive effect on U.S. economic growth in the coming years. Estimates suggest that Hispanic workers will contribute around 0.21 percentage points to the annual real GDP growth in the U.S. over the next three decades and, by 2025, the increase in employed

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