Even accounting for education, Black men are significantly more likely to have low-income jobs in the service industry than White men. Similarly, women are likelier than men to have low-income jobs in education, nursing, or child care fields. The labor market’s devaluation of careers historically held by women has damaging implications for people of color and White men as well. Data shows that all workers in women-dominated careers suffer from lower earnings, including Asian, Black, Hispanic, and White men.
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