Implicit Racial Bias in the Hiring Process

A Hispanic-American man nervously waits with several applicants for a job interview.

“Mike Rivers?” The hiring manager asks as he enters and surveys the room.

“I’m Mike Rivers, that’s me,” the job applicant says as he stands up and shakes the hiring manager’s hand. The two men exchange pleasantries and then go into a separate room for the job interview. 

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