Author Topic: Urban League: underemployment worse for blacks than whites and hispanics  (Read 189 times)

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[[ Urban League: Unemployment Worse for Blacks than Whites, Hispanics ]]

Of course it is, and considering what's been happening in this country over the last twenty years, it's the natural result of things.

Blacks are becoming unemployed or underemployed because their "laborworthiness" is being displaced by the millions of illegal Hispanics flooding into the U.S.A.

Hispanics will work harder, for lower pay, with less complaining -- and in many cases, do the job better than blacks.

Add to the mix the crumbling black culture that produces young blacks with few employable skills and not much desire to work or even show up on time, and who can blame an employer for preferring to hire Hispanics (or whites)?

Force the minimum wage upwards, and it will only exacerbate the situation, as employers will now expect -more- from their workers in exchange for higher pay. Too many low-wage-earning blacks aren't going to be able to measure up vis-a-vis the Hispanics and illegals.

But hey -- what's the Urban League's position on illegal immigration ???????

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