Should large businesses and corporations be required to employee a number of minorities proportionate to the population?

Of course not.  Any business should be in charge of whoever they want to hire.  Just because Eduardo is in a minority doesn’t mean he should be hired over somebody that’s more qualified.  How do you say somebody is in a minority?  Anybody could create a new minority.  I could say I’m part of the minority with big feet.  I understand there are prejudiced employers who might only hire a certain race or other attribute, but that’s their problem.  They need fixing, not the law.  People shouldn’t be forced to employ certain people because of what they are born into.

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12 thoughts on “Should large businesses and corporations be required to employee a number of minorities proportionate to the population?

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