Our interactive analysis of England and Wales Census 2021 data seeks to examine how unemployment rates vary at the intersection of ethnicity and disability.

Using Census 2021, this analysis considers experiences of unemployment across 38 intersectional groups; the 19 tick-box ethnic groups in combination with disability status, disabled or non-disabled. The analysis adjusts for factors associated with unemployment such as age, sex and geography.



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