Black Women Were 58% Less Likely To Be Hired For Government Jobs?

When discussing why bias might be more strong against Black women during the hiring process for those positions, the publication emphasized that within the new study’s data, Black women had a higher likelihood of being called in for an interview if “all personally identifying information was withheld during the application screening process — so recruiters did not know a candidates name, race, and gender.”

A new study shows that when certain information such as name, race or gender were left off their corporate applications, black woman were more likely to get an interview for the government job. Follow us on IG: @FrankSkiShow featuring @FrankSki & @PeninaBrown