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Toy figure climbing ladder Data suggest that entry-level jobs can be a revolving door for Black workers, with higher levels of attrition for those employees. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Racial equity remains a top issue for U.S. companies, as business leaders increasingly acknowledge the systemic problems facing people of color in the workplace. A new report from McKinsey & Company does a deep dive into the realities of Black workers in America: they see lower pay, more job insecurity, and fewer opportunities for advancement than the average U.S. worker.

Related: Which state economies rate the highest for racial equality?

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