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For the first time in U.S. history, minorities make up the most new hires aged 25 to 54 – and women are driving the trend

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For the first time in U.S. history, minorities make up the most new hires aged 25 to 54 – and women are driving the trend
Minorities are making history, entering the workforce in larger numbers than ever. The Washington Post analyzed Labor Department data extending back to the 1970s and found that new hires ages 25 to 54 were mostly people of color, outnumbering white hires last year. The wave of female minorities getting jobs, as white baby boomers retire, has helped drive this historic trend, The Post notes.
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