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April 19, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Study Finds Immigrants Dominate Certain Professions: Immigrants are obtaining higher-paying jobs than native-born Americans in science, medicine and several other professional fields, and Asians are outdistancing all others in some fields, according to a U.S. Census-based study. The analysis, by the Center for Immigration Studies, found that foreign-born Indian doctors outnumber American-born blacks in medical practice in the United States.
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November 2, 1994 | MARY HELEN BERG, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Labor leaders hope to target hundreds of thousands of immigrant industrial workers along the Alameda Corridor in a massive campaign they say would transform union organizing in Los Angeles. Never before in Los Angeles--and rarely elsewhere--have organizers attempted to create a regionwide, multi-union drive targeting entire industries, said Peter Olney, coordinator of the Los Angeles Manufacturing Action Project (LAMAP) and a longtime labor organizer.
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April 23, 1991 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Diversity: It's a '90s buzzword that UC Irvine professor of management Judy B. Rosener says will take on even greater significance as America's labor force enters the new millennium. By the year 2010, it is estimated, white men will account for less than 40% of the total American work force; women and people of color will fill 75% of the 24 million new jobs created in the United States.
BUSINESS
April 19, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Study Finds Immigrants Dominate Certain Professions: Immigrants are obtaining higher-paying jobs than native-born Americans in science, medicine and several other professional fields, and Asians are outdistancing all others in some fields, according to a U.S. Census-based study. The analysis, by the Center for Immigration Studies, found that foreign-born Indian doctors outnumber American-born blacks in medical practice in the United States.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 2, 1994 | MARY HELEN BERG, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Labor leaders hope to target hundreds of thousands of immigrant industrial workers along the Alameda Corridor in a massive campaign they say would transform union organizing in Los Angeles. Never before in Los Angeles--and rarely elsewhere--have organizers attempted to create a regionwide, multi-union drive targeting entire industries, said Peter Olney, coordinator of the Los Angeles Manufacturing Action Project (LAMAP) and a longtime labor organizer.
BUSINESS
April 23, 1991 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Diversity: It's a '90s buzzword that UC Irvine professor of management Judy B. Rosener says will take on even greater significance as America's labor force enters the new millennium. By the year 2010, it is estimated, white men will account for less than 40% of the total American work force; women and people of color will fill 75% of the 24 million new jobs created in the United States.
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