Data on insecure work in UK shows ‘structural racism in action’, TUC says

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Number of black and minority ethnic workers in low-paid and insecure jobs doubled in past decade, figures reveals

The number of black and minority ethnic (BME) workers in insecure work has more than doubled, from 360,200 to 836,340, between 2011 to 2022, data reveals.

The research, published by the Trades Union Congress on Monday, showed the proportion of BME workers in low-paid and insecure work increased from 12.2% to 17.8% in the last decade. In comparison, the proportion of white workers in insecure work only rose marginally from 10.5% to 10.8%.

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