Marketplace.org: Recovery From Job Loss: Easier for Whites Than Blacks
Despite some discouraging numbers on new jobs today, the economy, we know, does seem to be slowly getting back on its feet. But when it comes to the ability of individual families to make a comeback, the results can be shockingly inconsistent. A new study out today by the Pew Economic Mobility Project looks at the role race and assets have in people’s ability to weather the economic hardships of sudden unemployment.
Read the full article at marketplace.org.