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Black, Asian and minority-ethnic UK workers hit worst by Covid job cuts

Black, Asian and minority-ethnic (BAME) workers have suffered the brunt of job cuts during the pandemic, according to analysis that shows the number in employment has dropped by 26 times more than the drop in white workers over the same period.

Black, Asian and minority-ethnic UK workers hit worst by Covid job cuts
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  • Shared by The Guardian
  • January 20, 2021
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The employment rate for people from BAME backgrounds slumped 5.3% in the year to September 2020, compared with a 0.2% decrease in the number of employed white workers.

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