Ethnic minority members who don't feel British are less likely to progress in their career, research shows

phys.org | 8/4/2014 | Staff
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Members of ethnic minorities who don't feel British are less likely to move up the career ladder, new research says.

Ivelina Hristova, of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) , analyzed survey data on almost 45,000 people between 2011 and 2018.

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The data recorded if participants felt a sense of belonging to Britain, to England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland, or to an ethnic minority group. It also recorded changes in their job type.

Ms Hristova told the European Sociological Association conference in Manchester, UK, 22 August, that a sense of belonging to Britain was not linked to an improvement in participants' careers.

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However, not having a sense of belonging to Britain was linked to lower chances for career progression for migrant-origin groups, compared to...
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