Addressing Bias and Equity in Hiring
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Ashley Putnam: Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Cascade, 2018, vol. 1
While unemployment is decreasing and the economy is improving, not all people are benefiting equally from economic growth, a problem something multiple fields are trying to address. In workforce development, most proposed solutions focus on supply-side interventions. Indeed, surveys of businesses demonstrate that many employers are facing a skills gap when looking for qualified talent. Even with increased digital skills, improved training programs, and more employer engagement in developing a curriculum, however, a major barrier to job seekers still remains the same: will they be hired
Keywords: economic growth; employmment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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