2023
DOI: 10.1111/irj.12414
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Ethnicity disparities in job control in the United Kingdom

Mark Williams,
Senhu Wang,
Maria Koumenta

Abstract: Despite widely‐reported ethnicity disparities in pay and occupational attainment, little is known about how different ethnic groups fare in job control—a crucial component of job quality with significant implications for well‐being and health. Drawing on two large‐scale representative datasets in the United Kingdom (1992–2022), we find that workers from all Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) groups conditionally report significantly lower job control than their White British counterparts, although hetero… Show more

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