The gaps in academic education between Ashkenazim and Mizrahim did not close in the third generation – people born in Israel whose parents were also born in Israel. In fact, compared to the second generation, the differences actually grew a little.
So finds a new study that contradicts the prevailing notion that the differences between the two groups have lost their importance with the passing years. In terms of income from employment, the gaps between Ashkenazim and Mizrahim are also far from being closed, but at least in that area they pale in comparison to the pay differences for men and women. The data paint a picture of a