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Contrary to popular opinion, home ownership may actually make workers less economically mobile

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Ahead of the launch of the TUC’s new report , ‘Can Housing Work For Workers?’, James Gregory of the Fabian Society finds that home ownership and economic ‘independence’ do not necessarily go hand in hand. In many cases, economic immobility is a problem shared by working home owners and those in the socially rented sector.

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http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/38036/1/blogs.lse.ac.uk-Contrary_to_popular_opinion_home_ownership_may_actually_make_workers_less_economically_mobile.pdf

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