A New Jersey Reader Says Empirical Evidence In the Job Market Cannot Be Denied—No Matter What The Pew Hispanic Center Claims
August 23, 2006, 05:00 AM
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From:  [Name Withheld]

Re: Joe Guzzardi`s Column: In Response To The Pew Hispanic Center…

Guzzardi is absolutely right to cite his personal experiences as valid comment on Hispanics in the job market

Sometimes pure empirical evidence cannot be denied.

I work in New York and it seems that over 60 percent of the office workers are foreign-born.  

Many of the Caucasians I encounter are Eastern European.

By the way, a recent report by the Population Reference Bureau in Washington, D.C. found that white males older than 65 commit suicide at three times the national rate for other gender and ethnic groups. The white male suicide rate increases as white males grow older.

The reason is not surprising. Often, they have been unemployed for long periods.

Paraphrasing Martin Luther King: " If you tell a man he can`t have a job you are telling him he has no right to exist."

"Name Withheld" is twenty years shy of 65, the age at which the suicide rate jumps for white males.