Following in parents’ educational footsteps offers financial rewards, study shows

Lawyers, doctors and engineers who have studied in the same field as their parents have higher incomes than their colleagues, according to a new Danish study published in The British Journal of Sociology. While this could be a sign of nepotism or other forms of discrimination, the explanation is likely to be something else entirely.

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