Job Quality and Black Workers: An Examination of the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York

Source: Steven C. Pitts, UC Berkeley Labor Center, August 2007

From the press release:
A new report by the University of California, Berkeley’s Center for Labor Research and Education finds that more than half of black workers in the United States have jobs that don’t pay well, provide retirement and health benefits, or offer avenues for advancement.
• The report, “Job Quality and Black Workers: An Examination of the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York,” analyzes low wage jobs among black workers, using data from the 2000 U.S. Census.

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