Your wages aren't lower because of your race.
According to Bureau of Labor statistics on gender and racial pay inequality, white and Asian men are the highest earners, and black and Hispanic/Latina women are the lowest. The median weekly earnings of a Hispanic/Latina woman are $548, about half of Asian men's $1,080 and 60 percent of white men's $897.
People Don't Make Assumptions About Your Intelligence Because Of Your Race
According to a study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, white people subconsciously associate African Americans with lower intelligence. Another study in the Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences found people hold the same assumptions about Hispanics. Asians often face the opposite stereotype, known as the "model minority myth," which can also be harmful by making it unacceptable for Asian Americans to struggle in school or ask for help and leading people to make assumptions about them that may or may not be true.
You Don't Feel Pressure To Represent Your Race
I never have to worry that if I make a mistake, people will assume I've made it because white people are less capable. On the other hand, President Obama makes a few mistakes, and Donald Trump says another black president won't get elected. Being white absolves you from this pressure to defy your race's stereotype so that your mistakes don't hurt others of your race.
Most Products Are Geared Toward You
A white person can go into a store to buy Band-Aids, beauty products, and other items related to skin tone and walk out with something that suits them. People of color at best have a small section of products tailored toward them, reminding them that in the eyes of mainstream culture, they are invisible.
Most Media Is Geared Toward You
In addition to knowing I can buy products geared toward me, I can feel fairly confident that I will see people like me represented on TV, in movies, in magazines, in books, and all over the Internet. In particular, I am able to see examples of people like me succeeding, which has given me the message that I, too, can succeed. And rather than seeing my culture reduced to a stereotype, I have been shown a wide representation of people of my race.
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