The Postgraduate Premium: Revisiting Trends in Social Mobility and Educational Inequalities in Britain and America
7 February 2013
This report revisits the debate about why social mobility levels are relatively low in Great Britain and the United States of America compared to other countries. It focuses on three main areas within this debate: the changing role of educational inequalities; the expectation of ever higher levels of education as revealed in increasing numbers of workers holding postgraduate degrees; and potential differences by gender.
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