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The latest census results substantially confirm that the ethnic makeup of the U.S. is changing at a rate faster than anyone has anticipated.


The data tells us that by 2050, there will be no racial or ethnic majority in the United States. North America and Europe are only expected to produce 3% of the world’s new labor force over the next 10 years.

Minorities are the fastest growing part of the labor force.

  • By 2014, white men will only be 43% of the labor force with woman and minorities making up 57%
  • Hispanic labor force is projected to grow 34% by 2014
  • Asian labor force is projected to grow 32% by 2014
  • African American labor force is projected to grow 17% by 2014

As a vital part of any thriving organization, what must be understood about Diversity is that it is not about color. Diversity is centered around understanding and embracing each other’s differences: The where, why, and how of the way people look at things differently.

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Inclusion must go hand in hand for a truly cohesive work environment. Companies with an inclusive workforce have shown reduced costs associated with turnover, absenteeism, and low productivity.

Inclusive work teams have a broader base of experience from which to draw when problem solving. This presence of varying views creates a higher level of critical analysis, increasing creativity, innovation, and revenue.

This Whitepaper will give steps to accelerate your organization’s Diversity Hiring Initiatives and provide insight as to why diverse professional teams produce higher productivity scores than non-diverse teams.

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