This report sets out the findings from a qualitative study, focusing on two main areas. The first (Study A) examines the barriers to entry for people from less privileged socioeconomic backgrounds to elite law and accountancy firms, with a particular focus on London. The second (Study B) examines the barriers to entry for people from similar backgrounds to elite financial service firms (inclu ding accountancy) located in Scotland.
|Place of Publication||London|
|Commissioning body||Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission|
|Number of pages||112|
|Publication status||Published - 15 Jun 2015|
- social mobility
- child poverty
- social background
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Non-educational barriers to financial services professions
Dora Scholarios (Participant)
Impact: Impact - for External Portal › Economic and commerce, Education, Policy and legislation, Professional practice, training and standards, Quality of life and safety