Study Notes Age Discrimination Difference For Black Workers

Age discrimination is frequently understood to mean that the oldest workers face the strongest bias, but a new study from Texas A&M University indicates that for black workers age discrimination seems to occur at the beginning and end stages of a person’s employment cycle.  The Washington Post compared these findings to data from the U.S. Department of Labor and found a correlation.  This article examines the data, what might be behind it, and how it might change if the candidate review process were more inclusive.  Read the article.

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