The racial composition of a labor market plays a significant role in whether workers find out about job leads – regardless of the race of the worker, according to new research from Rice University and North Carolina State University (N.C. State).
The United States must keep pace with its growing demographic and socio-economic changes to avoid becoming poorer and less competitive internationally, according to a new book from sociologists at Rice.
Are all scientists atheists? Do they believe religion and science can co-exist? These questions and others were addressed in the first worldwide survey of how scientists view religion.
Despite decades of efforts to banish the idea of “jobs for men” and “jobs for women” almost 69 percent of workers are in occupations that are dominated by one gender or the other. Why does gender segregation in jobs persist?