In the 2011 Census, ethnic minorities across Grampian consistently had higher levels of qualifications than their Scottish/British counterparts: 55.1% were educated to degree level or above, and only 10.6% had no qualifications. The figures for Scottish/British people were 26% and 24%, respectively. 80.1% of Africans (compare this to the relatively high unemployment rate) and 61.6% of Asians in Grampian were educated to degree level or above. In Scotland as a whole, 48% of ethnic minority people and 24.2% of Scottish/British people were educated to degree level or above, and 5.6% of ethnic minorities and 27.8% of Scottish/British people had no qualifications.
Data Source: 2011, Scotland’s Census, Table LC5202SC.
Category: Discussion & Text
Topics: Demographics Education Employment Ethnicity