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2 out of 5 undergraduate students receive a Pell Grant, the most widely used form of federal financial aid. Dr. Carnevale argues that many colleges can afford to admit more of these students: medium.com/georgetown-cew…

The distribution of good jobs earnings in 2016 was way out of balance with $554B going to White workers due, in part, to their disproportionate share of good jobs. Find out more: bit.ly/2mbMi2l

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Colleges are moving away from emphasizing SAT and ACT scores—1 in 4 institutions no longer requires these tests for admission. Learn more: bit.ly/2o2Vbfm @hechingerreport

Explore changes in all jobs by race and educational pathway between 1991-2016: bit.ly/32yZy0B

Between 1991 and 2016, Whites had better access to higher education that prepared them for well-paying jobs. Read more: bit.ly/35UnPk4 @DiverseIssues

White workers have inherited and built upon advantages in the educational pipeline and workforce that have disproportionately improved their chances of finding good jobs. Learn more: bit.ly/2mbMi2l

Among workers with good jobs, Whites are paid $554B more annually than they would be if good jobs and earnings were equitably distributed. Find out more: bit.ly/2mbMi2l

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As Latinos have moved toward closing the gap in earning college degrees, they have seen higher earnings in the workforce. Read more from Dr. Carnevale: bit.ly/2oJ0iSk

White Workers More Likely to Get Good Jobs at Every Level of Education

In this Education Week article, Alyson Klein writes about how at all levels of educational attainment, Whites have higher median earnings in good jobs. Klein cites the new CEW report “The Unequal Race for Good Jobs.”

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Racial Inequality, at College and in the Workplace

In this Inside Higher Ed article, Elin Johnson discusses the findings of the new CEW report “The Unequal Race for Good Jobs.” Johnson quotes CEW Director Anthony P. Carnevale on how racial inequality is systematic and presents many challenges ahead.

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The only thing more expensive than going to college is not going to college.

Anthony P. Carnevale
Director and Research Professor