U.S. employers discriminating against names: study

Researchers say resumes with white-sounding names were 30 per cent more likely to elicit a response than those with black-sounding names
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|hrreporter.com|Last Updated: 12/19/2002

A study out of the University of Chicago and M.I.T. shows employers might be discriminating against job applicants based solely on the name on the resume.

According to the

New York Times