Civil Rights Act Of 1964: Employment Discrimination In The Workforce

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There should be more availability of industrial and commercial jobs. Employment in the workforce has deemed unfavorable to many African Americans, especially the immigrants. Even though the Civil Rights Act of 1964 has dismantled Jim Crow, inequality and partiality is still received by African American workers in terms of hiring, promotion and advancements in the working business. According to Sherry N. Mong and Vincent J. Roscigno, authors of African American Men and the Experience of Employment Discrimination, 5.55 percent of African Americans from 153,320 hired, rise up to be Office executives and managers but 15.88 percent from 439,005 employed are laborers. There is a sense of irony surrounding the fact that the greater poll would be in

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