Black workers' crisis may linger after upturn

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The recession has compounded a decades-long problem for black workers, who began the downturn facing a far higher jobless rate than the general population and have fared worse since.
< Now experts are worried that many blacks will remain in crisis even as the economy begins to recover, largely because the recession has eliminated so many working-class jobs in sectors like manufacturing and retail that are likely to come back slowly, if at all.http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/34068710/ns/business-economy_at_a_crossroads/

By Allison Linn -- MSNBC.com

Black Americans
America's Jobless