Nearly 16.8% of the US labor force in 2016 was Latinos, and Minnesota is counting on foreign-born residents, most of whom are working-age adults between the ages of 18 and 65 to counterbalance the trend of Minnesota’s general population toward a higher proportion of older adults who are not of working age. Latinos in Minnesota work in everything from city restaurants to roofing companies and factories around the state. Spaces to take care of medical needs are instrumental to a population that often lacks health insurance.