A comprehensive report by McKinsey & Company found Black workers in the US private sector might not achieve management parity for another 95 years. The study reveals 45% of Black employees work in frontline jobs, 43% earn under $30,000 per year, and Black workers are overrepresented in low job-growth locations and underrepresented in high-earning, fast-growing sectors such as IT and financial and professional services.
McKinsey: 95 years until Black workers achieve parity
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