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Mentoring isn’t enough. That becomes clear from looking at the results of our annual survey on differences among white, black, Asian, and hispanic midlevel associates. Though African American associates are most likely to have a mentor, they’re also more likely to get the least pay and bill the fewest hours. However, they’re averaging a higher salary now than they were three years ago, and as a result the pay gap among the ethnic groups has narrowed
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