In England Minority Lecturers Face Discrimination

by TAA Staff UNIVERSITY LECTURERS from ethnic minorities earn less than white lecturers, are less likely to have a senior job, and their jobs are less secure, says a new report from the Association of University Teachers (AUT) in Britain. Nearly a quarter of white lecturers (24 percent) earn more than £35,000 ($50,000) a year, compared with fewer than one in 10 (8 percent) of black lecturers, and just over one in 10 (12 percent) for lecturers of Asian origin. At the other end of the salary scale, fewer than a fifth of white lecturers (17 percent) earn £20,000 ($28,000) […]
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