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Black unemployment is at its lowest point on record, yet it's still well above the jobless rate for white, Hispanic or Asian Americans. The unemployment rate for black Americans fell to 6.8% in December, the lowest level since at least 1972 when the Labor Department began tracking the figure. [Read More]
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Black unemployment is at its lowest point on record, yet it's still well above the jobless rate for white, Hispanic or Asian Americans. The unemployment rate for black Americans fell to 6.8% in December, the lowest level since at least 1972 when the Labor Department began tracking the figure. It marks a swift comeback for black workers, who suffered through extremely high unemployment during the Great Recession. Black unemployment peaked at 16.8% in March 2010, well above the peaks for other... [Read More]
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Black unemployment is at its lowest point on record, yet it's still well above the jobless rate for white, Hispanic or Asian Americans. [Read More]
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