Black and Latino Workers Less Likely to Have Access to Retirement Plans
"Employed Black workers lag slightly behind employed whites in terms of the share of full-time workers who work for employers that offer a retirement plan (62.4 percent vs. 68.5 percent). Employed Latino workers are most disadvantaged in terms of workplace retirement plan access (43.1 percent)."
Rhee, N. (2012). Black and Latino retirement (in)security. Berkeley, Ca: UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education. Retrieved from laborcenter.berkeley.edu.