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Major US companies gave 94% of new jobs to people of color.
Companies becoming increasingly raciest towards white people. Blacks being given leadership roles in companies for just being black.
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Major US companies gave 94% of new jobs to people of color in 2021, report says

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“Major US companies gave 94% of new jobs to people of color.”
This is an exceedingly misleading headline. It is read as if 94% of the jobs went to Blacks, Hispanics, etc.
- There are 164 million jobs in the US.
- During 2021, there was a 0.2% increase in jobs (300K). Pretty lousy results for an economy which journalists tell us is not in a recession.
- Of the 8 million job openings in the US, 7.7…More
“Major US companies gave 94% of new jobs to people of color.”

This is an exceedingly misleading headline. It is read as if 94% of the jobs went to Blacks, Hispanics, etc.
- There are 164 million jobs in the US.
- During 2021, there was a 0.2% increase in jobs (300K). Pretty lousy results for an economy which journalists tell us is not in a recession.
- Of the 8 million job openings in the US, 7.7 million were to replace retirees or people who quit. 300,000 were “new jobs.”
- The increase in employment by “persons of color,” a lot of those being the Asians, Indians major tech firms are importing, was about 282,000. No actual measure is made of how many of those people took “old jobs” vs. “new jobs.”
- So this is a case of journalistic malpractice.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
Before I got my job as a teacher 4 years ago, I had an interview with a HR recruiter for a major pharmaceutical company near Philadelphia for a QA job. (Quality assurance). She was impressed with my resume, and my college education, but questioned why I did not identify myself as a "person of color" on the application. (I didn't check off Black, Latino, Asian, or "other" on their listing. I checked …More
Before I got my job as a teacher 4 years ago, I had an interview with a HR recruiter for a major pharmaceutical company near Philadelphia for a QA job. (Quality assurance). She was impressed with my resume, and my college education, but questioned why I did not identify myself as a "person of color" on the application. (I didn't check off Black, Latino, Asian, or "other" on their listing. I checked "perfer not to answer". She asked me why, since it is obvious that I am not White. I'm Japanese/American. I told her that I didn't like to be categorized according to race. After that she got mad, because she was Black herself, and all but told me that she was insulted that I did not want to identidy as a "person of color".
I just got up and said "Thank you for your valuable time", and left.
Truth is, I don't want to be lumped together with them.
John A Cassani
@Kenjiro M. Yoshimori That’s exactly the attitude every American should have, towards race. We must be Catholics first of course, no matter what color we are.
Hound of Heaven
Perhaps I am getting prickly with age, but I wholeheartedly resent being relegated to being a person of 'non-color' because my pigment doesn't meet the 'current fashion'. I am heartsick that we haven't gotten over our obsession with hues.
Temperance
Just the posting of this in secular media shows they are pushing for this. I have worked many jobs where I have seen black people being hired just because they were black. I had my life threated on the job by a black man and no one did anything about it even though he took out a knife. I was also slapped in the face by a black woman for saying she was lazy. I got a black eye and was told I was …More
Just the posting of this in secular media shows they are pushing for this. I have worked many jobs where I have seen black people being hired just because they were black. I had my life threated on the job by a black man and no one did anything about it even though he took out a knife. I was also slapped in the face by a black woman for saying she was lazy. I got a black eye and was told I was raciest for singling her out. There is defiantly a spirit of hate towards whites in this country and this article shows you a little of that. One would have to be blind not to see the hatred of whites in this country. My wife is Asian and we once worked in the same building. The minorities would approach her not knowing she was married to a white man telling her how evil white men are. I pray this hatred stops but unfortunately I see it getting worse in our society.
philosopher
Racist woke policies.