MarketWatch: Hispanic workers continue to make significantly less than white workers
Finance news site MarketWatch spoke with Equal Rights Advocates Executive Director Noreen Farrell about the persistence of pay discrimination for workers who are Latina and Hispanic:
“That is consistent with what we have seen working with Latina women in various workplaces: that discrimination is alive and well and is impoverishing many Hispanic workers,” Noreen Farrell, executive director of Equal Rights Advocates, a non-profit women’s rights group said.
She noted that women also face sexual harassment in the workplace, which can come with a host of additional economic effects.
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