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Unemployment Still Twice as High for Black Men

Although the unemployment rate for African-American men has dropped, there still remains a major disparity between other racial groups. The jobless rate for Black men in this country is twice as high as those of Whites, Asians, and Hispanics. 342 more words

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Unemployment Still Twice as High for Black Men

Although the unemployment rate for African-American men has dropped, there still remains a major disparity between other racial groups. The jobless rate for Black men in this country is twice as high as those of Whites, Asians, and Hispanics. 342 more words

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Unemployment Still Twice as High for Black Men

Although the unemployment rate for African-American men has dropped, there still remains a major disparity between other racial groups. The jobless rate for Black men in this country is twice as high as those of Whites, Asians, and Hispanics. 342 more words

National

Unemployment Still Twice as High for Black Men

Although the unemployment rate for African-American men has dropped, there still remains a major disparity between other racial groups. The jobless rate for Black men in this country is twice as high as those of Whites, Asians, and Hispanics. 338 more words

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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR HOUSEHOLD INCOME IS CUT IN HALF

By Victor Ochieng

It’s a challenge transitioning from two income sources to one. But in life, such dilemmas are bound to happen. For example, a family where both parents have jobs may be forced to rely on the income of one partner due to job loss or other reasons. 520 more words

Finance & Business

Honoring Martin Luther King’s Legacy

Every year at this time, our nation is reminded of the progress our country has made in race relations as well as the work which remains to be done.  344 more words

Jack Heidel

Black unemployment rate headed for single digits

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – After three consecutive months of the economy adding more than 25,000 jobs, the Black unemployment rate could dip below 10 percent by mid-2015 if current trends continue, says Valerie Wilson, an economist and director of the Program on Race, Ethnicity, and the Economy (PREE) at Economic Policy Institute. 784 more words

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