whichever set of numbers you use, hispanic unemployment has come down under president trump, who has created jobs for latinos and latinas (except the illegals of course),
I'm glad you brought that up, because look at the shadowstats unemployment curve
http://www.shadowstats.com/alternate_da ... ent-charts
this is overall unemployment, not just hispanics, but you notice that it doesn't start to fall until right around when President Trump took office
The seasonally-adjusted SGS Alternate Unemployment Rate reflects current unemployment reporting methodology adjusted for SGS-estimated long-term discouraged workers, who were defined out of official existence in 1994. That estimate is added to the BLS estimate of U-6 unemployment, which includes short-term discouraged workers.
The U-3 unemployment rate is the monthly headline number. The U-6 unemployment rate is the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) broadest unemployment measure, including short-term discouraged and other marginally-attached workers as well as those forced to work part-time because they cannot find full-time employment.