As part of our Policy Perspectives Speakers Series, this webinar looked at how three major measures of poverty – the Official Poverty Measure, Supplemental Poverty Measure, and California Poverty Measure – can be used to assess economic well-being in California.
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In Good Times and Bad, California’s Black and Latinx Workers Bear the Burden of UnemploymentCalifornia workers of all races, genders, and ages worry about how they will pay for basic needs and support their loved ones if they are laid off from work or struggle to secure a job. And all workers need a job market that provides ample opportunities for stable work with fair pay and work conditions. … ContinuedPoverty & Inequality
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