Black men in the United States are making up a third of the workforce, according a new survey.
That’s according to a report from the Harvard Business Review that shows that, on average, black men make about one-third of the nation’s job openings.
But for those who want to be employed, the survey found that, while black men were in demand for jobs in fields including health care and finance, they are not necessarily the most employable.
For instance, black male college graduates are actually less employable than their white counterparts, according to the report.
According to the survey, only 5 percent of the black male job seekers are hired in the last three months.
The report found that blacks make up 7 percent of those looking for work in the health care and health care information technology industry, and a whopping 40 percent of jobs in the pharmaceutical industry.
This disparity in job opportunities for black men is also troubling, the report found.
Black men are nearly four times more likely to be unemployed than white men.
A study from the Center for American Progress found that nearly one in five black men are unemployed.
And while more than 40 percent of black men and women aged 18 to 34 are in school or working, black women are also less likely to graduate college.
While black men are more likely than white males to have a college degree, women have a median of a bachelor’s degree.
Overall, black workers are less employible than white workers, and they’re much less likely than whites to be in school.
There is a big disconnect between the skills needed for the jobs that are being created and the skills that are actually being used in the jobs.
“There is no shortage of skills, but there is a huge disconnect between skills needed to do the job and the ones that are needed for jobs that aren’t being created,” the report says.
Even though the unemployment rate for black Americans has been declining, there are still more black men than women unemployed.
There are a lot of jobs that blacks need.
Hire me a job, we’re coming.
So why are they not looking for them?
According the report, black males are much more likely to be unemployed and under-employed than white men.
On average, black men earn about $27,000 less than white male workers.
It’s not just that black men have been in the workforce for a long time and are not as educated as white men, but that they are being pushed out of those positions because they are more likely not to meet a demand, the Harvest Business report says.
The Harvester Business reports on job seekers’ skills and experiences, and the company recently analyzed data from over 150 million job postings to find out how these factors impact hiring.
What does this mean for your job search?
When you look at how you compare to other workers, there is no one-size-fits-all job.
You may be better at one thing, but not the other.
However, the black man is a bit of a bellwether.
He may be more likely in the job market, but other factors could be keeping him out of the job.
If you are looking for a job, there might be no reason to hire a black man. However if you are searching for a career, you should definitely hire a black man.