This figure demonstrates that, as with the unemployment rate, the underemployment rate is much higher for people of color. While workers with lower levels of education have higher levels of underemployment, those with higher levels of education still have elevated levels.
Nevertheless, the asymmetry concerning unemployment has been present for long period of time:

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