White men who can’t get jobs say they’re being discriminated against

Some food for thought on Equal Pay Day, April 2. White men who ask for a raise are 25% more likely to get one than people of color, a recent study concludes. And yet white men believe they face an uphill battle in corporate America in 2018.

An engineer who was fired by Google GOOG, +0.51% for circulating an anti-diversity memo sued the company in January, alleging that the tech giant discriminates against white, conservative men. He’s likely not alone in that belief.

There are other white men working in tech who believe their gender and race are making it difficult for them to get ahead, according to a recent survey by the Pew Research Center about diversity in the science and technology fields.

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