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this to see london's booming financial district home until around four hundred thousand jobs it's expecting a hundred forty five thousand more in the next ten years box unless you're an oxbridge graduates might be tricky to snap up one of the positions when you report by the u. k. social mobility commission says elite fans sidelining working class applicants favorite of the privileged people cycle posh graduates could find it easier to break into top jobs , it's the government's for , they can , courage , more firms to adopt this , that is with exams that are based , and not on the ability to hold a fork or play polo or some other kind of , sign of the , privilege the report was based on interviews , stop from thirteen elite , seven suspense films his recruitment methods tongue at the so called russell group these are the twenty four highly selective u. k. universities , does not the candidates accent travel experience and polished skills are a key factor to get in and out of these universities reports just in the problem might not start in the hiring process what could possibly , that , he's a well known example in or coursework , astral music , %HESITATION where additions used to be done with it jury listening to the %HESITATION graduates are the contestants and watching them , i'm and it turned out that very few women were given posts when they put the the contestants behind curtains the women did much better unconscious prejudice can actually be a very major discrimination , %HESITATION and completely unnecessary one so if employers can figure out ways to get over these unconscious prejudices they may hire a few us members of the budding elite , the commission accepts efforts have been made by some firms to improve social inclusion but it also wants to encourage universities to reform entry standards and carefully reassess that definition