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Black workers earn less than their white counterparts in a worsening trend likely caused by harder-to-measure factors such as discrimination and school-quality differences.(Photo: Getty)

(Bloomberg) – Black workers earn less than their white counterparts in a worsening trend that holds even after accounting for differences in age, education, job type and geography, new Federal Reserve research shows.

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