Op-Ed: How Favoritism Is Driving Minority Unemployment

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Read Nancy DiTomaso's New York Times piece "How Social Networks Drive Black Unemployment."

Job seekers often rely on friends, family members and other connections to land jobs. Nancy DiTomaso, professor at Rutgers Business School, explains her research that shows that such seemingly harmless favoritism in networking is driving black unemployment in the U.S.

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