Why Social Networks Unwittingly Worsen Job Opportunities for Black Workers

A New York Times article notes that white Americans tend to get the edge in seeking certain jobs by accessing social networks that black Americans are not part of. Disturbing as this trend is, it stems from referrals that may seem innocuous to the people making them, say Katherine and Janice Bellace.

May 10, 2013
- Knowledge@Wharton

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