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Did you know that 34% of black students are unemployed after graduation?
With so much talent struggling to find work, it is hard to understand why so many companies are failing to attract and retain diverse Gen Z talent - and there is little to no research on it.
That's where the Black Talent Research project comes in.
As the director of programmes for Melanin Medics, a registered charity that aims to increase representation within the medical profession, Khadija is no stranger to the problems present in her field of work.
Click here to read more about her experiences fighting for inclusion and diversity in Medicine.
Calton found his passion for teaching through working for organizations like Teach First and Actioning Tutoring.
Read more to find out about his perspective on the socioeconomic gaps present in education, and how he believes they can be solved.
We want to understand what motivates Black Gen-Z talent to apply, drives them to perform and what makes them stay with an employer.
We must first seek to understand those among us in order to create and foster workplace cultures of inclusion where talent from all backgrounds can thrive.
We're on a mission to
"TapIn to Black Britain" and understand the Black Gen-Z talent experience when it comes to working in the UK
Our collection of supporting employers have provided input into the questions we ask of Black Gen-Z Britain, helping to shape the body of research with different industries in mind.
We’re on a mission to prepare 100 million young people for the world of work.
TapIn is a Manchester-based marketing and media agency that specialises in helping our global partners with bespoke strategies to attract diverse talent into their businesses. With culture at the heart of our business, we work to produce captivating social content and run influencer marketing campaigns designed to connect employers to youth culture.