Job Losses Not Equal Among Demographics

May 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;May2009, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p10
Academic Journal
The article discusses the unemployment rate in the U.S. amongst different groups within the population. The author states that teenagers, African Americans and men have higher levels of unemployment as compared to other groups of people. According to Robert Graber, the founder of the website www.WallStJobs.com, men have higher levels of unemployment, as compared to women, because it is cheaper for companies to employ women.


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