Study: White people are more likely to get the raises they ask for

A NEW STUDY from PayScale showed that when people of color ask for raises, they’re a lot less likely than white workers to get an increase in salary. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/LUKE SHARRETT
A NEW STUDY from PayScale showed that when people of color ask for raises, they’re a lot less likely than white workers to get an increase in salary. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/LUKE SHARRETT
NEW YORK - When people of color ask for raises, they’re a lot less likely than white workers to get the salary bump they request, according to a new study by PayScale, a firm that analyzes compensation data. Women of color, a group that includes African Americans, Asians, Hispanics and other non-white people, are 19 percent…

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