What's in a name? For job applicants, plenty

12/7/2009 | NYTimes.com

Some job applicants say they are changing their African-American sounding names because it can be an obstacle in the job-search process, Michael Luo writes. Research shows that those with such names get fewer callbacks than white-sounding names, even with the same qualifications.

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