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August, 2001, Vol. 124, No. 8
Racial differences in youth employment
Senior research associate, Center for Human Resource Research at The Ohio State University.
E-mail: gardecki@postoffice. chrr.ohio-state.edu
Work experience at an early age positively impacts labor force attachment of different racial groups;
however, racial gaps in employment that are present
in the early teen years seem to continue into adulthood
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