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Ethnic minority workers earn much less than white counterparts within the same firm – new findings

By John Forth, Senior Lecturer of Human Resources Management, City, University of London
Alex Bryson, Professor of Quantitative Social Science, UCL
Nikolaos Theodoropoulos, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Cyprus
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Ethnic minorities make up an ever larger share of the UK workforce. Where just over 6% of all workers were from minority backgrounds 20 years ago, now it’s nearly 14%.

Yet employees from non-white ethnic groups still tend to earn less than similarly qualified white employees. The overall gap in median wages was 2% in 2019, according…The Conversation

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