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The black-white unemployment gap appears to have emerged in the 1940s, according to a 1999 analysis of Census data.For example: There is some evidence that where there are gaps between high- and low-income groups, they have been closing with time among adults as those with higher incomes become more obese (Jolliffe, 2011; Singh et al., 2011; Zhang & Wang, 2004).However, there also is recent evidence that disparities persist or have even worsened over time for children and adolescents (Datar & Chung, 2015; Frederick et al., 2014).In 1954, the earliest year for which the Bureau of Labor Statistics has consistent unemployment data by race, the white rate averaged 5% and the black rate averaged 9.9%.Last month, the jobless rate among whites was 6.6%; among blacks, 12.6%.