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Social Mobility – the next frontier for Diversity and Inclusion (D&I)?

Recent figures from The Social Mobility Commission show that in the UK seven per cent of children attend fee-paying schools.  However, The Sutton Trust found that in 2014, 34 per cent of new entrants into investment banking over the previous three years had attended a fee-paying school. The picture is similar in other professions, 71 per cent of top military officers, 74 per cent of top judges and 61 per cent of the country’s top doctors attended fee-paying schools.

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