featuring Zuccotti, C.V. & O'Reilly, J. (2016) The Telegraph, 7 September 2016. [ONS LS]
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White men are among the hardest hit when it comes to finding a job a decade after being unemployed, new research has found.
Researchers found that being out of work in 2011 'significantly reduced' the chances of white British men of getting a managerial job with only 23 per cent of them achieving this compared to 40 per cent of the entire population.
In the case of women only 19 per cent managed to secure a professional or managerial job, the research by the University of Brighton revealed...