Studies of resumes have found that people with black-sounding names are less likely to get callbacks.
"20/20" put 22 pairs of names to the test, posting identical resumes except for the names at the top.
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The resumes with the white-sounding names were actually downloaded 17 percent more often by job recruiters than the resumes with black-sounding names.
What are some of those names? Here's a list from the book "Freakonomics," by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen...Full Story