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Title: Observable Trends of Race, Age and Gender

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Subject: Psychology
Author: Filiberto M
Date: September 29, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
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On average, the wolf-line bus drivers were middle aged Caucasian woman. However, the bus drivers for Raleigh were on average, middle aged African American woman. I found this very interesting that city bus drivers were mostly minorities and that campus bus drivers were all Caucasian. The construction workers I observed had a clear separation of race...

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The construction workers I observed had a clear separation of race. Sometimes I would see Hispanic male workers, who seemed to be in their early to mid twenties. Other times I saw middle aged Caucasian male workers, mostly working on plumbing and sewage on roads. The Hispanic workers seemed to be handling the tougher, manual labor...

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