Companies still aren't hiring Black men, despite 10.6 million open jobs in the US. It's costing the economy $50 billion
16 days ago - By Business Insider
Researchers found the income deficit to be about $50 billion per year for Black men. MoMo Productions
For months, employers have been saying they can't find people to fill open jobs.
One segment of the population - Black men - has persistently high unemployment rates.
By not hiring them to fill the 10.4 million open jobs, companies are partially responsible for $50 billion missing in the economy, a new study says.
Despite a nationwide cry for workers , businesses aren't hiring Black men - and it's costing the country billions of dollars, according to a new study by the Center for Economic...
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