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30a. Percentage of employees who have a high school diploma or higher education, by industry, 2010 (All employment)
30b. Distribution of educational attainment among construction workers, by union status, 2010 (Production workers) % of workers
30c. Distribution of educational attainment among construction workers, by Hispanic ethnicity, 2010 (All employment)
30d. Percentage of workers with access to the Internet, by industry, 2010 (All employment)
30e. Household computer use in construction and all industries, by type of device, 2010 (All employment)
1. Number of Hispanic employees in construction, selected years, (All types of employment) Source: Current Population Survey. Calculations.
26a. Average hourly wage in construction, by age group, 2010 (Production workers)
Section 1: Trends of Hispanic Employment in Construction.
55a. Percentage of construction workers who had no consistent place to receive care when sick, by insurance status and Hispanic ethnicity, 2010 (All employment)
28a. Participation level in employment-based pension plans, by industry, 2010 (Wage-and-salary workers) 82% 63% 61% 52% 48% 38% 24% 54%
27a. Percentage of workers with health insurance, by source and industry, 2010 (Wage-and-salary workers) 86% 85% 82% 80% 90% 68% 89% 83% 95% 62%
31a. Joint labor-management apprenticeship programs, by state, 2011 (Share of all active programs)
Chart 1. Health insurance coverage among Hispanic and white, non-Hispanic construction workers, 2008 Source: 2008 National Health Interview Survey.
8a. Years construction businesses were established, Hispanic-owned firms vs. all firms, 2007.
1. Percent change in employment, (Seasonally adjusted: private wage-and-salary workers) Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current.
48a. Distribution of nonfatal injuries resulting in days away from work in construction, by body part, 2010 (Private wage-and-salary workers) Neck/shoulder.
32a. Percentage of projected employment change, by industry, (Wage-and-salary workers)
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7a. Women-owned firms as a percentage of the total, construction and all industries, 2007 (Private industry)
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1. Number of Hispanic employees in construction, selected years, 1992 – 2009 (All types of employment) Note: No foreign-born information was available.
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54a. Percentage of workers who smoke, selected occupations, 2010 (All employment)
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38a. Number of fatalities, by major industry, 2010 (All employment)
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43a. Distribution of leading causes of fatalities in construction, 2010 (All employment) Exposure (15.7%) Contact w/ objects (17.6%) Transportation (26.1%)
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