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The importance of Asian American and Pacific Islander, or AAPI, communities to the U.S. economy is evident—not only in their role as consumers and entrepreneurs but also as workers. There are distinct patterns that emerge when we examine labor-market outcomes such as unemployment rates, labor-force participation by gender, occupation, and industry specialization. These distinct patterns emerge not only across racial groups but also in terms of national origin differences within the AAPI community.