Blacks and Latinos, even well educated, face adverse conditions that oppose the growth of wealth, according to researchers at the Center for Household Financial Stability of the Federal Reserve Bank of St.
The wealth gap increases by race as you compare Blacks and Whites with advanced college degrees. Black and Latino students are more likely to need education loans than Whites, and the more education, the more loans are needed, which means higher debt.
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The financial impacts makes Blacks and Latinos put off steps for growing wealth, including marriage, buying a home, and saving for retirement. College-educated Whites are more likely to receive financial assistance from their parents. Black college-educated people are more likely to provide financial assistance to their families. Data from two tables from the St. Louis Fed presents the picture, as of , in stark terms. The first shows median family income by education and race.
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The second covers median net worth, another term for wealth. The final picture is complex, according to the St. Louis Fed researchers. But the result is clearly that if you're Black or Latino, median family incomes of even the college educated are well below the levels of Whites and Asians and median net worth — wealth — is a fraction.
With less income and less wealth, surviving poor economic times is more difficult. It's significantly harder to create more wealth because you have fewer resources.
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With fewer job offers, you have fewer choices, so of course your opportunity to find better pay is limited. And then, insult heaped upon injury, many people want to blame you for not trying hard enough.
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