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Economic Life

For black men, job market hurdles grow ever larger

By Charles Stein
Globe Columnist / July 31, 2005

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It has been a tough job market for young people over the past few years. For young black men -- especially those with limited education -- it has been a brutal job market. (Full article: 696 words)

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