According to a study published, more than a quarter of young people of sub-Saharan origin in France feel discriminated against at work, SIA informs.
The Center for Employment Studies found 27 percent of 18- to 35-year-olds from this group felt they were treated unjustly at work. The figure was 18 percent for those of North African descent and 12 percent for those with a Turkish family background.
Among women, the ‘native’ French population, namely those with no discernable migrant background, felt most discriminated against with 19 percent reporting unfair treatment.
According to the study, women feel discriminated against on the basis of age or gender while men felt it was their ethnicity that resulted in discrimination.