Bro Asomfwaa, I disagree with this statement. I have personally witnessed and experienced how these are variables in job seeking. Example: I was sitting in a Wendy's restaurant having a late lunch one day when a young Black male came in and asked for an application. The manager, a Black man, came out to the lobby to speak with him. He told the young man to correct his attire and come back. Then, he'd give him an application. The young man had on baggy jeans, t-shirt, sneakers. *they may have been sagging jeans also but these happened quite awhile ago and I can't remember exactly* However, the manager informed him how he should be dressed and groomed when looking for a job. The manager also told me that they won't even give out an application unless the job-seeker is groomed and dressed appropriately. Example 2: Many years ago, I was shopping at a shoe store and saw a "Help Wanted" sign there. Thinking I could pick up some part-time hours, I asked for an application. The Assistant Store Manager was a Black woman and she informed me that because of the way I was dressed, she could give me an application. She further explained to me that their store policy was to not issue applications to any person's wearing jeans, flip-flops, visible tattoos, etc.. and that too many of our youth do not know how to dress for job-seeking.