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covid19-Race, Economics, and Social Status February 2021

Social and economic status of an individual or group can be measured as blend of income, occupation, and education. Other measures of social and economic status include race, ethnicity, home ownership, family size, family types, and even types of foods purchased.

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African American or Black History Month originally began as a week of observance in February 1926. To celebrate Black History Month, 2018, this issue of Spotlight on Statistics presents some historical data and projections on Blacks in the labor force.

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25 years of Worker Injury, Illness, and Fatality Case Data January 2021

25 years of Worker Injury, Illness, and Fatality Case Data