Steven R. Miller & Rubén O. Martinez
Measuring the Economic and Fiscal Contributions of Michigan's Latino Population
The nation is undergoing a major demographic shift that will present major challenges in the coming decades. One dimension of the demographic shift is the aging of the Baby Boomers, who will leave a major void in the labor force when they retire. Another dimension is the growth of the Latino population, which is projected to go from 15% of the population to 30% by mid century.