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Friday, September 1, 2006

Census shows 'explosion of diversity' sweeping U.S.

"From South Carolina's budding immigrant population to the fast-rising number of Hispanics in Arkansas, minority groups make up an increasing share of the population in every state but one, according to figures recently released by the Census Bureau."

I have previously blogged about the relationship between increasing U.S. diversity and transgender workplace policies, positing that the sudden jump in transgender policies is driven in large part by the need for companies to draw from this diverse labor pool. Although the number of openly transgender employees is very small, transgender workplace policies serve as a bellwether for diversity leadership.

2 comments:

Stephanie, in Victoria said...

What is the one state that isn't increasing in diversity?

Dr. Jillian Todd Weiss said...

I think the one state mentioned in the article is West Virginia.