Race: Employment, Work & Labor

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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
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."

Race: Hiring Discrimination

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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)

Race: Employment & Labor Force Participation

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Unemployment rates of workers ages 16 and older, by race and ethnicity, January 2020-June 2021 Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics Current Population Survey
The full disparity is worse because the race of many UI recipients is not available. Source: U.S. Department of Labor
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.

Race: Unemployment

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Unemployment rates of workers ages 16 and older, by race and ethnicity, January 2020-June 2021 Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics Current Population Survey Employment, Disparity, Unemployment Rate, Sociology, Surveys, Unemployment, Asian American, Rate, Chart
Unemployment rate disparities persist in the recovery
Unemployment rates of workers ages 16 and older, by race and ethnicity, January 2020-June 2021 Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics Current Population Survey
The full disparity is worse because the race of many UI recipients is not available. Source: U.S. Department of Labor Insurance Money, Insurance, Department, Labour Market, Oppression, Graphing
Cutting off Pandemic Unemployment Insurance Disproportionately Hurts Black Americans
The full disparity is worse because the race of many UI recipients is not available. Source: U.S. Department of Labor
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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 Apply For A Loan, Wealth Disparity, Inequality, Political Issues, Poverty, Our Country, Investigations
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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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. High School, People, Public, Survey Data, Accounting
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."    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." English, Wicked, Social Issues, Hostess, Spanish English, Part Time
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?' I have. Before every interview I've ever had."  ~ Larry Beyince Perspective, Black Power, Racial Equality, Lbgtq, Truths, Truth, Lives Matter
"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" (56%).  Source: NPR / Robert Wood Johnson Foundation / Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, 2017. Foundation, Racial Discrimination, Discrimination, Public Health, Criminal Justice, African
% 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 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 Social Work, Community, College Degree, College, American
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
Forced Labor, Social Class, Participation, African American Men
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) Workforce, Average, Consortium, Gender, Older
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 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 Urban, Data Visualization, Model Minority, Reality
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.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and Haver Analytics Education, Federal Reserve, Analytics, High School Diploma
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