Neighborhood Jobs, Race, and Skills: Urban Employment and Commuting

1st Edition

Daniel Immergluck

Routledge
Published May 29, 2018
Reference - 154 Pages
ISBN 9781138486256 - CAT# K349452
Series: Routledge Library Editions: Urban Planning

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Originally published in 1998, Neighbourhood Jobs, Race, and Skills argues that race is a powerful and persistent barrier to employment. Analysing existing literature, this book outlines how racial discrimination in hiring against African Americans appears to remain a contributor to high unemployment rates in black neighbourhoods. The book also discusses how issues such as poor schools and physical and social isolation compound employment problems, as well as changes in policy on skill requirements and the location of jobs. The book argues that combined, this is a major contributor to concentrated urban employment and poverty.

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