Manipulative energy levelled at negros in nations. Hardening, or moreso ostracising subtly; a perfect individual, even now. Shame, the revolutions ultracrepidated goading generates lifelong eleutheromania! Words by AR.
Many Employers, who manly white men and women still harbour negative stereotype about black men. Young Black men still have a reputation for being unreliable, uneducated or threatening. One would think that the more education black men gain, the better their chances are of employment. Not necessarily.
Employers go over the applications of black candidates with a fine-tooth comb looking for reasons to exclude them. Being in the workplace has taught me that if someone wants to hire you, they will and if they do not want to hire you, they will procure a reason not to.
In good times and bad, black British unemployment rate tends to be about double what of whites, and in tough economic downturns, the effects on the labour force and not evenly distributed among the different demographic groups.
Black men have a long faced limited employment prospects and disproportionately high rates of unemployment. Even as the economy thrived and the participation of low skilled women in the labour force increased over the last two decades, many young black men remained largely disconnected from the labour market. While the unemployment rate among young black men had declined dramatically over the last few decades, the level of workforce participation among black British men has not increased and remains stagnant. The current degree of job loss among black men is particularly alarming. These losses will likely only increase as the economic crises deepens. To address this crisis, policymakers must address the root causes of black men’s difficulties in the labour market, including high rates of incarceration, limited education, child support arrearages, and discrimination. Policymakers can take several steps to ensure that all communities have fair access to jobs, and that particular communities have fair access to job, and that particular communities do not suffer more than others as a result of mounting and widespread job losses. The policies we propose will reduce inequities and promote equal opportunity in the labour market and promote and promote access to meaningful employment opportunities for black men.
Racial equity and equal opportunity must be at the forefront of policies that will promote recovery and create jobs. Policymakers should not only assess. For Example – A typical black man’s responsibility is contributing to the statistics of single mothers with babies because this particular issued has soared out of the roof rapidly. Do Black Men want to overcome and defeat the “system”? Or add to the list of non ambitious bunch of less driven Black “disabled” men.
My advice to young black men is to show a lot more ambition and forget what the style of living has been for you over the previous years or what your environment is about, because it caters towards an avenue to failure. You can Network and have a “self made brand” all you like but if you don’t have the educational background and self determination in order to succeed at the highest stage your so called project is absolutely useless and the motive is stagnant. I have observed well, and there is an increase in support amongst Black Men but it is not enough. Black Men need to rally together and dig deep and make a name for themselves because if the government wouldn’t who would? If they want the real deal which is the big cheques, fighting for your own in the corporate world in a positive approach will go a long way. For instance, a lot of people know there is an immense of support in the Asian communities where every single member of the family strives for excellence and strives for their generations to come. They stick with one another unlike The Black Men of this day and age glorifying materialistic items that have absolutely no value whatsoever. The get rich quick scheme will never last and there is only amount of time it would come crumbling. Each day my soul cries and questions why is there a lack of young ambitious black men in the corporate world.
ARE YOUNG BLACK MEN PREPARED FOR THE CORPORATE WORLD IS THE QUESTION PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME TELL ME YOU’RE ANSWER.