I got a job at Critchleys, which I consider to be one of the UK's top firms, even though I'm not "posh". (My special affection for chip butties proves that.) But it looks like I might be something of an exception.
WORKING CLASS people are being "systematically" excluded from the best jobs at the UK's top accounting firms, the government's social mobility watchdog has claimed. Alan Milburn, chairman of the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission accused firms of imposing a "poshness test" effectively excluding applicants with working class backgrounds.