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Black British Workers with A-levels Earn Ten Percent Less Than White Counterparts

Black British Workers with A-levels Earn Ten Percent Less Than White CounterpartsBy Shola AdenekanSaturday, August 19, 2017.A new study reveals that Black Britons whose highest qualifications are A-levels earn 10% less than their white peers – missing out on an average £1.20 per ..More

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