Between 1990 and 2015, white job applicants got 36% more callbacks than black applicants, a study finds. A researcher’s advice to employers: ‘Question yourself’A new meta-analysis examining hiring bias in the US challenges the idea that racial bias against job seekers of color is diminishing. The analysis, conducted by Northwestern University researchers, examined nearly 56,000 applications submitted for more than 26,000 job openings. Between 1990 and 2015, the analysis found there was no change in hiring discrimination against African Americans. White applicants received 36% more callbacks than black applicants and 24% more callbacks than Latinos. Continue reading…



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