Employment Disparities Post-Education

What if we are working like mad to improve access to quality education, and when more students of color graduate high school and college… there are no jobs waiting for them? The stark disparities in employment rates point out the larger, systemic nature of racial inequity within which our education change efforts sit.

Thanks to Colorlines for the post and the charts laying out the data.



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1 Response to Employment Disparities Post-Education

  1. Learn Hindi says:

    Disparities of job placement in professional institutes is also work person to person. The engineering and technology students gets high salary package comparing to other arts and commerce stream.

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