In this The Atlantic article, Emily Deruy mentions that black students are far more likely to pursue low-paying rather than high-paying college majors.
In this Yahoo News article, Liz Dwyer writes about black students’ college majors and earnings.
In this PBS News article, Kenya Downs mentions that African-American college students are more likely to pursue majors that lead to low-paying jobs.
In this US News article, Natalie Escobar says African Americans have more access to a college education than ever, but they are underrepresented in major fields like STEM that are correlated with higher earnings.
In this NBC News article, Maya Chung writes about how while there has been an increase in college access among African Americans, they are still highly concentrated in low-paying majors.
In this Wall Street Journal article, Anna Louie Sussman writes about the importance college majors play in earnings, especially among African American students.
In this Diverse Issues In Higher Education article, Jamaal Abdul-Alim writes about how African American students tend to choose low-earning college majors. He also quotes Anthony Carnevale in the article.
In this International Business Times article, Aaron Morrison writes about the correlation between African Americans and low-paying majors. He references our African Americans: College Majors and Earnings report to support his statements.
In this Fortune article, Michal Addady says that a college degree is a more lucrative investment for a white man than women or minorities.
In this Chronicle of Higher Education article, Courtney Kueppers writes about how African-American students are more concentrated at institutions that offer a more limited selection of majors.