Hispanics and the Bottom Rung

Often uneducated, many are more willing than blacks or whites to take less desirable jobs, which keeps their jobless rate fairly low

You may be excused if you assumed African Americans and Hispanics are in the same economic boat. After all, neither group has reached economic parity with whites in America. Yet, when it comes to employment, the circumstances of these two groups as a workforce are far different.

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