Publisher Description

In a world inhabited by billions of people, a socioeconomic injustice may seem to be the least of the problems. More so, if you don't belong to a minority group.



In the age of globalization, our world inevitably becomes closer, and people are more interconnected. Nevertheless, there is an obvious distancing tendency, indicating that people are most concerned about their issues rather than global. While socioeconomic inequality is a piece of overwhelming news for some people, it is a real, life-altering issue for others.



In this thorough analysis of the socioeconomic mobility trajectory of Black minority groups, the author is trying to bring awareness to the current matter of things. The unsettling reality shows that the Black minority groups endure a significant lack of opportunities, despite living in the most developed countries such as the USA and UK.



In particular, this fascinating research investigates socioeconomic mobility among the first and second-generation ethnic minorities. The disheartening evidence reveals a significant gap in income levels in minority groups. Along with brutally low levels of social mobility when compared to other developed countries.



While we all struggle, in one way or another, it is vital to help those who have fallen behind. Simply because they belong to a minority group. Such unfairness shreds valuable people's resources. That one child from a minority group, if given a chance, could grow up to be an excellent doctor. As we are all in it together, let's not remain indifferent.



In this book you will encounter:



• Detailed analysis of factors affecting the Black minority group



• Comprehensive literature review



• Secondary data investigation



• A full analysis of the findings



• Possible solutions







In the world where everyone is just for himself, we must thrive to reach for higher standards of humanity. Inequality shall be conquered. Start with spreading awareness. Add Analyzing the Socioeconomic Mobility Trajectory of Black Minority Groups in the Most Developed Countries: A Comparative Analysis of the USA & the UK to your cart.

GENRE
Non-Fiction
RELEASED
2018
September 25
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
30
Pages
PUBLISHER
Omega Publishers
SIZE
510.7
KB