Study: Employers less likely to interview openly gay men
A new study suggests openly gay men face substantial job discrimination in certain parts of the U.S. The study, which is the largest of its kind to look at job discrimination against gay men, found employers in the South and Midwest were much less likely to offer an interview if an applicant's resume indicates that he is openly gay. Overall, the study found gay applicants were 40 percent less likely to be granted an interview than their heterosexual counterparts.
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