Damn, either you're just flat out lying, or you really are dyslexic. It's like I say one thing, and you try to say I said something else. I said there are more white males unemployed than black men by RAW NUMBERS, not by percentage.<quoted text>
You are so full of it! First you stated that a higher rate of white men where unemployed than black men but now that the site I posted shows that black men have the highest rate of unemployment even higher than black women, you are back to making excuses. The total number of both male and female AAs combined is 42 million , which means there are rough 20,200,000 black men compared to 21,800,000 black women. How can such a small difference in numbers account for black women having a much higher rate of employment than black men? Especially when you take into consideration some black women are retired, disable or stay home moms and are not part of the workforce. "Black men are incercarated" well who in the hell's fault is that??????????
As for that site, I did not look at it because I already know how to read stats, and I've read enough manipulative stats in my time that I no longer have to read those. So bw outnumbering bm in the workforce is not by 1.8 million, which is the total amount of more bw that exist as opposed to bm. Period. Not to mention a bw can have a job sitting with the elderly and then go do cashier work at a convenient store and be counted as two bw, despite it only being one woman. Most men work one job because we have skills that can afford us better paying jobs, therefore we don't need to work multiple jobs. Most black women with degrees like phlebotomy technician doesn't pay worth a sh1t. Neither does medical assistants, business administrative which are the number one jobs black women pursue. One black man can become a pipe welder and make more in one year than three black women with those degrees. So miss me with that nonsense. Plus more black men possess trades over college degrees, which often times pay far more money than those college degrees that black women attain. Most black women are not becoming surgeons, engineers, or pursuing careers that will place them in high tax brackets. 80% of the black women that are in college, pursue degrees that will just get them by with a little extra to spare.