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Over time, the gap between Catholics and Protestants in Scotland has narrowed, and, on present trend, is likely to disappear. By way of contrast, those in the ‘other religion’ category are more likely to be employed in non-manual occupations than others. This group is diverse, ranging from Episcopalians to Muslims and Buddhists. Muslims, however, make up a signiﬁcant proportion within the category and appear to be quite socially disadvantaged. Paterson and Iannelli (2006), using Scottish Household Survey data from 2001, investigated the extent to which Scottish Catholics enjoyed the same degree of absolute and relative social mobility compared with Protestants.
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