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In 2019, 53% of families were invested in the stock market. While publicly traded stock comprises 24% of the wealth of white, non-Hispanic families, it makes up 13% of Black wealth and 10% of Hispanic wealth.

Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that lower-wage workers — and particularly women in this group — have been more likely to lose their jobs during the pandemic compared to higher earners.