Despite this mini experiment being based on a small sample size the findings speak for themselves and it's pretty shocking that this kind of discrimination is still happening.
Jonny Gifford from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development has said that name-blind recruitment is a "really obvious thing for all employers to be doing where possible" and I couldn't agree more.
I wonder how much more I would have struggled in my job searches if I had only had L. Deboub or Miss Deboub on my applications and CV?
"It's also a really easy thing to implement. There's no real reason to not be doing this."
A job seeker with an English-sounding name was offered three times the number of interviews than an applicant with a Muslim name, a BBC test found.