JORGE RAMOS: There’s some good news. The U.S. economy generated 266,000 jobs last month, reducing the national unemployment rate to 3.5 percent. That is the lowest (rate) in 50 years. The number of Hispanics with jobs went up to 28 million 350 thousand, which is a new record. Even so, the unemployment rate among Hispanics increased from 4.1 percent in October to four point TWO percent in November, according to data from the Department of Labor.