The mixed employment experience of the UK’s Chinese groups

Chinese minorities in the UK are often regarded as a migrant ‘success story’, given high levels of educational attainment and average high wages. New research published in the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies suggests that the picture may be more complicated.  Analysis of the the UK Labour Force Survey showed that for both wages … More The mixed employment experience of the UK’s Chinese groups

Minority groups’ national, ethnic and religious identity

Minority groups’ national, ethnic and religious identity: investigating generational change investigates whether minority ethnic groups in Britain show identity assimilation in the second generation. Making use of the Ethnic Minority British Election Survey (EMBES) for 2010, it considers what evidence there is for identity assimilation across generations in Britain, whether there is a substitution of religious for ethnic identities … More Minority groups’ national, ethnic and religious identity