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Friday, 12th October 2007

Britain's Immigrants: An economic profile

Britain's Immigrants: An economic profile
Source: Institute for Public Policy Research

This report attempts to contribute fresh information about the characteristics and contribution of some of the UK’s largest immigrant communities. It presents data on a range of indicators of the socio-economic characteristics of 25 groups of people defined by their country of birth (which we refer to as ‘country-of-birth groups’) living in the UK, plus those of the UK-born as a comparator. The report also explores and outlines some of the factors that shape these socioeconomic outcomes and highlights trends over time. While a complete picture cannot be drawn because of the lack of comprehensive data, we believe this report uses the best available evidence from the best available sources to present a picture of how Britain’s immigrant communities compare with each other and compare with the UK-born population across several key economic criteria.

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