Race: Employment, Work & Labor

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Race: Hiring Discrimination
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Race: Hiring Discrimination

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Half of all blacks say they have been treated unfairly by employers, 2019

Source: Pew Research Center

44% of whites and 82% of blacks say blacks are treated less fairly than whites in hiring, pay, and promotions. Source: Pew Research Center

Whites and blacks differ widely in views of how blacks are treated, 2019

44% of whites and 82% of blacks say blacks are treated less fairly than whites in hiring, pay, and promotions. Source: Pew Research Center

English Sign: “Part time hostess needed. Please walk in for interview. Part Time, Spanish English, First Language, Medical Field, English Translation, Safe For Work, Sociology, Oppression, Revolutionaries
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English Sign: "Part time hostess needed. Please walk in for interview." Spanish translation: "Parte anfitriona tiempo necesario. Por favor entrar a una entrevista." ---------------------------- Spanish Sign (misspelled): "Se nesecita dos parsonas para laver platos" "Two people needed to wash dishes."

"Do white people ever think 'I hope these people racist" before interviewing for a job? Black Like Me, Racial Equality, Cultural Appropriation, What Inspires You, Reality Check, Social Issues, Denial, Fight Club, Helping People

"Do white people ever think 'I hope these people racist" before interviewing for a job?' I have. Before every interview I've ever had." ~ Larry Beyince

Percent of African-American saying they have ever personally experienced racial discrimination.When "applying for jobs" Source: NPR / Robert Wood Johnson Foundation / Harvard T. Chan School of Public Health,

% of Blacks saying they have ever experienced racial discrimination when "applying for jobs" (56%)

Percent of African-American saying they have ever personally experienced racial discrimination...When "applying for jobs" (56%). Source: NPR / Robert Wood Johnson Foundation / Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, 2017.

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i did this poster series for a class project on the right to work. it’s not actually affiliated with the department of labor. Too bad th. Poster Series, Job, Pro Choice, Class Projects, Creative Advertising, Right Wing, Sociology, Social Issues, Social Justice
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Many African Americans thought after World War I they would be treated equally when they went back home but that was not the case. With Jim Crow Laws, segregation, and increased racism African Americans were treated more unfair than before. Black History Facts, Black History Month, We Are The World, In This World, Freedom Riders, Freedom Fighters, Help Wanted, Jim Crow, Civil Rights Movement
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Race and Labor Market Discrimination

"Help Wanted. White Only" Jim Crow sign with African-American man [click on this image to find a short video and analysis that examines racial discrimination in the labor market]

no irish allowed signs Jewish School, Current Generation, Grammar School, Help Wanted, Religious Studies, Historical Images, Education System, Private School, Sociology
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"Help Wanted. No Irish Need Apply"

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A clean record doesn't protect young black men from discrimination when they're looking for work. We The Kings, Criminal Record, White Privilege, Call Backs, Sociology, Social Work, Drugs, Black And White, Black Men
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The Drug War in Baltimore

Tags: crime/law/deviance , race/ethnicity , rural/urban , drug war, incarceration, poverty, prisons, school-to-prison pipeline, the wire, 21 to 60 mins Year: 2012 Length: 24:11 Access: Al Jazeera...

Employers are more likely to turn away job seekers if they have African-American-sounding names. Economic Research, Affirmative Action, Sociology, Job Seekers, Names, Racing, Marketing, Common Sense, Authors
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Race and Labor Market Discrimination

Tags: economic sociology , inequality , methodology/statistics , organizations/occupations/work , prejudice/discrimination , race/ethnicity , affirmative action, field experiment, hiring,...

Elite University Degrees Do Not Protect Black People from Racism - Sociological Images Social Science Project, Political Comedy, Doctor Robert, University Degree, University Of Minnesota, Call Backs, Sociology, Higher Education, Black People
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Employer Responses by Race Phone and email inquiries from people with white-sounding names elicited more responses than those for people with black-sounding names, despite having identical qualifications. Source: Gaddis, S. Michael. 2014. "Discrimination in the Credential Society: An Audit Study of Race and College Selectivity in the Labor Market." Social Forces. (N=1,008) h/t: Sociological Images: Seeing Is Believing

Fake CVs reveal discrimination against Muslims in French job market

Fake CVs reveal discrimination against Muslims in French job market

Positive Respons Rates for Muslim and Christian Job Seekers in France Khadija Diouf has a well-known Muslim first name and an obvious Senegalese surname. Marie Diouf has an obvious Christian first name and an obvious Senegalese surname. Aurélie Ménard has a typical French name with no religious connotations. In sum, Muslims really do face employment discrimination in France.

Can anyone say bullshit Doesn't factor in job necessity Available positions Whites and blacks that applied for those jobs

This chart shows job interview callbacks for white and black people with and without criminal records. Via Melissa Harris-Perry and The Nation. Melissa Harris Perry, Criminal Record, White Privilege, Jim Crow, Charts And Graphs, Call Backs, New Politics, Oppression, My Passion
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Black job seekers are often turned away by U. companies on the assumption that they do drugs. Economic Research, Social Injustice, White Privilege, Drug Test, Civil Rights, Job Seekers, Drugs, Chart, Black
White Privilege

Race: Unemployment

Black unemployment is significantly higher than white unemployment even when taking educational attainment into account, 2015.  Source: EPI based on monthly Current Population Survey data. The 12-month averages include data for December 2014 through November 2015 and is calculated for people age 25 or older.

Black unemployment is significantly higher than white unemployment, 2015.

Black unemployment is significantly higher than white unemployment even when taking educational attainment into account, 2015. Source: EPI based on monthly Current Population Survey data. The 12-month averages include data for December 2014 through November 2015 and is calculated for people age 25 or older.

Average Monthly Rate from January 2000 to December 2016 Source: U. Bureau of Labor Statistics and Haver Analytics Unemployment Rate, High School Diploma, Bar Chart, Education, Statistics, December, Teaching, Onderwijs, Learning
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Unemployment Rate (by Race and Education)

Average Monthly Rate from January 2000 to December 2016 Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and Haver Analytics

The labor market is stratified, if not calcified, by race, with whites seeing higher wages and lower unemployment, while blacks and Hispanics cluster in lower-paying jobs.

Unemployment Rates by Race and Hispanic or Latino Ethnicity, 1973-2012 Annual Averages Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Unemployment Rate of Workers Age 16 and Older by Race and Ethnicity, Source: Economic Policy Institute Unemployment Rate, Economic Policy, Racing, Peace, Board, Running, Auto Racing, Sign, Room
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Unemployment Rate of Workers Age 16 and Older by Race and Ethnicity, 1973-2016 Source: Economic Policy Institute

Unemployment Rate by Race and Ethnicity: (Stanford Center on Poverty & Inequality) Unemployment Rate, Close To My Heart, Sociology, Feminism, Racing, History, Running, Historia, Auto Racing
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Unemployment Rate by Race and Ethnicity: 1970-2010 (Stanford Center on Poverty & Inequality)

think-progress: “micdotcom: “One startling GIF shows why the economy is still terrible for black America ” What the fuck, Wisconsin? Model Minority, Unemployment Rate, Social Class, Economic Policy, Sociology, New Model, New Jersey, Black History, Be Still
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Racial Disparity in Unemployment Rates by State, 2014. - Source: Mic / Economic Policy Institute

The problem isn't "black on black" crime, it's poor on poor victimization Unemployment Rate, Police Chief, Sociology, Social Justice, Crime, Politics, Racing, Change, Usa
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think-progress: “Black America Is Still In A Deep Recession“The economy has experienced 12 straight months of job growth above and the overall unemployment rate has dropped percent. Say Her Name, Affirmative Action, Information Graphics, Sociology, Economics, Finance, Politics, Racing, Marketing
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Unemployment By Race, 2015

Follow this link to find a short video and analysis that examines racial discrimination in the labor market: Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics / Thinkprogress

According to a recent study by the Economic Policy Institute, the Asian community suffered from the most severe long-term joblessness of any racial demographic in during the slow, early period of the economic recovery.

Why Do Asian Americans Have the Worst Long-Term Unemployment?

Why Do Asian Americans Have the Worst Long-Term Unemployment? There are 3 possible explanations. First, about a third of all Asian Americans live in California, which has disproportionately high joblessness, both short term & long-term. Second, there's immigrant bias: Perhaps employers prefer to hire U.S.-born workers. Third, there's racial bias. If Asians had the same long-term unemployment as their equally-educated white peers, their long-term jobless rate would be 8.1 percentage points…

Race: Employment & Labor Force Participation

White Workers Are More Consistently Employed. Employment rate for to without a college degree, by race/ethnicity and American Community Survey public use microdatsaa area, Source: FiveThirtyEight / U. Sociology, Social Work, Statistics, Public, College, Racing, Community, American, Running
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White Workers Are More Consistently Employed. Employment rate for 25- to 54-year-olds without a college degree, by race/ethnicity and American Community Survey public use microdatsaa area, 2012-16 Source: FiveThirtyEight / U.S. Census Bureau

Employment  - Approximately 18 million African Amercans/Blacks are in the labor force, either working or actively seeking employment. 2.8 million are between the ages of 16 and 24, and 2.8 million are 55 years or older. than the national average of 6.2%.  Source: The Consortium on Race, Gender, and Ethnicity (crge.umd.edu)

Employment - Approximately 18 million African Amercans/Blacks are in the labor force, either working or actively seeking employment. 2.8 million are between the ages of 16 and 24, and 2.8 million are 55 years or older. than the national average of 6.2%. Source: The Consortium on Race, Gender, and Ethnicity (crge.umd.edu)

Labor market characteristics of Asian Americans

Labor Characteristics of Asian Americans Source: Mary Dorinda Allard, "Asians in the U.S. labor force: profile of a diverse population," Monthly Labor Review, 2011 / Urban Institute

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Source: Pew Research Center Pew Research Center, All Blacks, Sayings, Lyrics, Word Of Wisdom, Quotes

Half of all blacks say they have been treated unfairly by employers, 2019

Source: Pew Research Center

44% of whites and 82% of blacks say blacks are treated less fairly than whites in hiring, pay, and promotions. Source: Pew Research Center

Whites and blacks differ widely in views of how blacks are treated, 2019

44% of whites and 82% of blacks say blacks are treated less fairly than whites in hiring, pay, and promotions. Source: Pew Research Center

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Equal Pay Today!

Artist: Ashley Lukashevsky (@ashlukadraws)

Black unemployment is significantly higher than white unemployment even when taking educational attainment into account, 2015.  Source: EPI based on monthly Current Population Survey data. The 12-month averages include data for December 2014 through November 2015 and is calculated for people age 25 or older.

Black unemployment is significantly higher than white unemployment, 2015.

Black unemployment is significantly higher than white unemployment even when taking educational attainment into account, 2015. Source: EPI based on monthly Current Population Survey data. The 12-month averages include data for December 2014 through November 2015 and is calculated for people age 25 or older.

English Sign: “Part time hostess needed. Please walk in for interview. Part Time, Spanish English, First Language, Medical Field, English Translation, Safe For Work, Sociology, Oppression, Revolutionaries
Spanish EnglishMedical FieldEnglish TranslationSafe For Work

English Sign: "Part time hostess needed. Please walk in for interview." Spanish translation: "Parte anfitriona tiempo necesario. Por favor entrar a una entrevista." ---------------------------- Spanish Sign (misspelled): "Se nesecita dos parsonas para laver platos" "Two people needed to wash dishes."

"Do white people ever think 'I hope these people racist" before interviewing for a job? Black Like Me, Racial Equality, Cultural Appropriation, What Inspires You, Reality Check, Social Issues, Denial, Fight Club, Helping People

"Do white people ever think 'I hope these people racist" before interviewing for a job?' I have. Before every interview I've ever had." ~ Larry Beyince

Percent of African-American saying they have ever personally experienced racial discrimination.When "applying for jobs" Source: NPR / Robert Wood Johnson Foundation / Harvard T. Chan School of Public Health,

% of Blacks saying they have ever experienced racial discrimination when "applying for jobs" (56%)

Percent of African-American saying they have ever personally experienced racial discrimination...When "applying for jobs" (56%). Source: NPR / Robert Wood Johnson Foundation / Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, 2017.

White Workers Are More Consistently Employed. Employment rate for to without a college degree, by race/ethnicity and American Community Survey public use microdatsaa area, Source: FiveThirtyEight / U. Sociology, Social Work, Statistics, Public, College, Racing, Community, American, Running
StatisticsCollegeCommunityAmerican

White Workers Are More Consistently Employed. Employment rate for 25- to 54-year-olds without a college degree, by race/ethnicity and American Community Survey public use microdatsaa area, 2012-16 Source: FiveThirtyEight / U.S. Census Bureau

Employment  - Approximately 18 million African Amercans/Blacks are in the labor force, either working or actively seeking employment. 2.8 million are between the ages of 16 and 24, and 2.8 million are 55 years or older. than the national average of 6.2%.  Source: The Consortium on Race, Gender, and Ethnicity (crge.umd.edu)

Employment - Approximately 18 million African Amercans/Blacks are in the labor force, either working or actively seeking employment. 2.8 million are between the ages of 16 and 24, and 2.8 million are 55 years or older. than the national average of 6.2%. Source: The Consortium on Race, Gender, and Ethnicity (crge.umd.edu)

Labor market characteristics of Asian Americans

Labor Characteristics of Asian Americans Source: Mary Dorinda Allard, "Asians in the U.S. labor force: profile of a diverse population," Monthly Labor Review, 2011 / Urban Institute

Average Monthly Rate from January 2000 to December 2016 Source: U. Bureau of Labor Statistics and Haver Analytics Unemployment Rate, High School Diploma, Bar Chart, Education, Statistics, December, Teaching, Onderwijs, Learning
Bar ChartStatisticsOnderwijs

Unemployment Rate (by Race and Education)

Average Monthly Rate from January 2000 to December 2016 Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and Haver Analytics

The labor market is stratified, if not calcified, by race, with whites seeing higher wages and lower unemployment, while blacks and Hispanics cluster in lower-paying jobs.

Unemployment Rates by Race and Hispanic or Latino Ethnicity, 1973-2012 Annual Averages Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Unemployment Rate of Workers Age 16 and Older by Race and Ethnicity, Source: Economic Policy Institute Unemployment Rate, Economic Policy, Racing, Peace, Board, Running, Auto Racing, Sign, Room
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Unemployment Rate of Workers Age 16 and Older by Race and Ethnicity, 1973-2016 Source: Economic Policy Institute