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An Animated Look at Where the Good Jobs Have Gone for Black Workers

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Monday, 01 July 2013 13:45

CEPR Research Associate Janelle Jones will be on Bloomberg's Bottom Line tonight at 7:40 p.m. to talk about her latest report with Senior Economist John Schmitt, "Has Education Paid Off for Black Workers?" According to the report, black workers today are better educated and older than they were three decades ago but are still less likely to be in a good job now than they were in 1979. The report examines the deterioration of job quality for black workers in the United States and evaluates several policies that could help to reverse the trend. The following graphic explains the report's findings.

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Tags: black workers | good jobs | healthcare | jobs | labor market | retirement

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written by ltr, July 02, 2013 10:41
The shifting of the picture is ridiculously fast and I cannot think about each picture.

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