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BME individuals in the labour market: analysis of full representation

Analysis of the potential benefits to the UK economy of full representation of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) individuals in the labour market.

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BEIS analysis to estimate the potential benefit from full representation of black and minority ethnic (BME) individuals across the workforce

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Race in the workplace- The McGregor Smith review

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This spreadsheet sets out the methodology to estimate the potential benefits of full representation of BME individuals through improved participation and progression in the labour market. It includes the underlying data from analysis of the ONS Annual Population Survey and Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings.

Published 28 February 2017