- Jun 22, 2020
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People aren't employed by race, they're employed as individuals. They are paid according to their value to the employer and, more importantly, what each individual is willing to accept in exchange for their labor. Closing the Black racial wage gap 20 years ago might have provided an additional $2.7 trillion in income available for consumption and investment.
One might wonder why blacks tend to value their labor less than whites, though.
Desperation due to poor life choices?
Substandard grammar skills (ebonics)?