White men are paid more than black men, even when they share similar educational backgrounds and are from affluent families, according to a new report from the Equality in Opportunity Project. And a study released last year found a significant portion of the racial wage disparity can be attributed to unexplained factors that could include discrimination and differences in opportunity.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
Wages Are Unequal Between White and Black Men Even When Other Factors Are Comparable
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The announcement that retail pharmacy giant CVS Health Corp. is seeking to purchase one of the nation’s largest health...
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Many Americans live paycheck to paycheck, with little or no money set aside for common emergencies. Employer-sponsored “rainy day”...
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