MINORITIES HOLD LESS THAN 5% OF HIGHEST UK JOBS
Only 51 of 1,097 of the most powerful roles in the UK are held by people from ethnic minorities – just 4.7% of the total number of top jobs, compared to the 13% proportion of the UK population, reveals the latest Colour of Power Index.
First published in 2017, the Index was developed by leadership recruitment and consultancy Green Park and Operation Black Vote, a non-partisan and not-for-profit national organisation established in 1996 to address the Black British and ethnic minority democratic deficit. The aim is to graphically illustrate the lack of female and black,...
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