KPMG seeks to increase working class staff numbers

The UK ranks 21st on a global social mobility index, well behind most European countries. It has a high score on access to education, but Dame Martina Milburn, chief executive of the Prince’s Trust charity group, said the UK “does poorly on labour market policies to help the unemployed and on fair wages”.

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