Rapid increase in BAME graduates still leave big gaps when it comes to their jobs and pay packets

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Jobs, Skills and Pay

  The proportion of BAME workers with degrees has increased rapidly over the last two decades, but they still face a jobs gap and pay penalty compared to white graduates in the workforce, according to a new analysis published today (Saturday) by the Resolution Foundation. The Foundation says that the disparities facing BAME groups shows … Continued

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26 percentage point gap between best and worst parts of the UK for BAME employment

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Incomes and Inequality

Closing sub-regional employment gaps central to reaching full employment and would mean 150,000 more ethnic minority people in work The employment gap between the best and worst performing sub-regions of the UK for all working-aged people is just 11 percentage points, but this more than doubles to 26 percentage points for black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) … Continued

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