Comparative Analysis of Ethnic Minority Occupational Attainments in the UK 2014-2018

Kausar, R. and Malki, I. 2022. Comparative Analysis of Ethnic Minority Occupational Attainments in the UK 2014-2018. SSRN. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4090544

TitleComparative Analysis of Ethnic Minority Occupational Attainments in the UK 2014-2018
TypeJournal article
AuthorsKausar, R. and Malki, I.
Abstract

The integration and assimilation of ethnic minority immigrants (EMIs) and their subsequent generations remains a serious unsettled issue in most of the host countries. This study conducts the labour market gender analysis to investigate specifically whether second generation of ethnic minority immigrants in the UK is gaining access to professional and managerial employment and advantaged occupational positions on par with their native counterparts.

The data used to examine the labour market achievements of EMIs is taken from Labour Force Survey (LFS) for the period 2014-2018. We apply a multivalued treatment under ignorability and report estimates of Average Treatment Effect (ATE), Average Treatment Effect on the Treated (ATET) and Potential Outcomes Means (POM) using three estimators including the Regression Adjustment (RA), Augmented Inverse Probability Weighting (AIPW) and Inverse Probability Weighting- Regression Adjustment (IPWRA). We consider two cases: the case with four categories where the first-generation natives are the base category, the second case combine all natives as a base group. Our findings suggest the following. Under Case 1, the estimated probabilities and differences across groups are consistently similar and highly significant. As expected, first generation natives have the highest probability for higher career attainment among both men and women. The findings also suggest that first generation immigrants perform better than the remaining two groups including the second-generation natives and immigrants. Furthermore, second generation immigrants have higher probability to attain higher professional career, while this is lower for managerial career. Similar conclusions are reached under Case 2. That is to say that both first – generation and second – generation immigrants have lower probability for higher career and managerial attainment. First – generation immigrants are found to perform better than second – generation immigrants.

Keywordsethnic immigrants, second generation, occupational attainment, employment, average treatment effect, regression adjustment
JournalSSRN
Year2022
PublisherSSRN
Publisher's version
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Open (open metadata and files)
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4090544
Web address (URL)https://ssrn.com/abstract=4090544

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