A study released Thursday shows that many Chicago area Latinos are facing a "blue-collar ceiling" and are likely to be stuck in low-paying jobs for the rest of their lives due to persistent educational gaps, the Huffington Post reports. The report, by the New Journalism on Latino Children project through DePaul University, was based on 2010 census data and claims that though the Chicago area has seen a boom in its Latino population over the past decade, that population could face dwindling job prospects unless they receive better education and more job skills than their parents' generation, the Chicago Tribune...

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