A cura di @Martopix (modificato).
Il New York Times pubblica uno studio sui mestieri che si ereditano più frequentemente dai genitori, anche consultabile con una casella di ricerca:
A big factor in passing down occupations — and advantage or disadvantage — is the connections parents offer children. Children who pursue the same job as their parents often start ahead, whether through inheriting a family business, getting an internship at a parent’s company or having a parent put in a good word with a colleague.
“If people lack financial capital, they likely lack these other types of capital as well,” said Claudia Goldin, an economist at Harvard. “For all of these reasons, the world is not a very fair place for some kids.”
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