According to a survey, Indians living in the UK have the highest levels of education and own more homes than British
According to a survey, ethnic communities of Indian descent in the UK have the highest levels of education and one of the largest numbers of working professionals.
According to Times of India, the 2021 UK census data showed that persons of Indian ancestry are the most likely to own a house in England and Wales.
Together with the Chinese population, Indians have the greatest levels of education and the largest percentage of professionals, according to the census. Indians had 52 percent of the population with the greatest levels of education, compared to Chinese who made up 56 percent of the population in the UK.
According to a poll on home ownership, 71 percent of Indians and 68 percent of white Britons are homeowners.
According to the research, there are significant differences across ethnic groups in England and Wales with regard to housing, health, employment, and education.
Together, members of the Indian and Chinese ethnic groups accounted up 34% of professionals, including physicians, teachers, and attorneys. White Irish people made up 33% of the population, followed by Arabs (30%), Pakistanis (20%), Bangladeshis (17%), and White Britons (19%).
It was also noted that the "other white" ethnicity had the greatest employment rate, at 63 percent, followed by White Brits and Irish at 62 percent and Indians at 61 percent.
In addition, 11 percent of white Britons and 10 percent of Indians worked for themselves.
According to the survey, women were found to be more likely than males to claim that they were taking care of their homes or families. Those from the Bangladeshi and Pakistani communities were the ones who saw the most differences.