Minorities less likely to win entry-level jobs

Phipps, Jennie L.
October 1998
Editor & Publisher;10/31/98, Vol. 131 Issue 44, p10
Trade Publication
Highlights the results of a study of journalism graduates and their first six months in the job market in the United States. Likelihood that minority communications graduates would find their first newspaper jobs in the first six months as compared to nonminorities; Percentage of the journalists in the daily newspaper newsrooms who are classified as members of racial and ethnic minorities.


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