Where the Jobs Are and Aren't
The average gap in Black-white unemployment rates is highest in the Midwest, where the rate for African-Americans is 2.6 times higher. The lowest average gap is in the Northeast, where the African-American unemployment rate is two times higher.
(Photo: Matthew Staver /Landov)
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