Seasonal Unemployment Rate Differences by Race, Ethnicity, and Gender
Abstract: The labor market experiences of Americans differ by race, ethnicity, and gender. For example, between 1977 and 2019, the monthly standard deviation (volatility) of the unemployment rate for Black workers was 3.2 percent, substantially higher than the 1.5 percent experienced by their white counterparts.
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Part of Series: FEDS Notes
Publication Date: 2021-07-08