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Book Chapter Understanding Society: findings 2012

Employment and perceived racial discrimination

Authors

Editors

Stephanie L. McFall

Publication date

28 Feb 2012

Abstract

Employment, wages and job quality all matterĀ  for life chances, well-being and for the outcomes of the next generation. We know from a range of sources that there are substantial differences in employment rates and in wages across ethnic groups.

Subjects

Labour Market, Ethnic Groups, and Race Relations

Links

http://research.understandingsociety.org.uk/findings/findings-2012

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