By Cary Funk and Kim Parker. As the U. Women account for the majority of healthcare practitioners and technicians but are underrepresented in several other STEM occupational clusters, particularly in computer jobs and engineering. While there has been significant progress for women in the life and physical sciences since , the share of women has been roughly stable in other STEM occupational clusters and has actually gone down 7 percentage points in the area with the largest job growth over this period: computer occupations, a job cluster that includes computer scientists, systems analysts, software developers, information systems managers and programmers. The representation of women, blacks and Hispanics holds pocketbook implications for workers. STEM jobs have relatively high earnings compared with many non-STEM jobs, and the earnings gap persists even after controlling for educational attainment.
Google's U.S. Workforce Grew More Asian, Less White and Male
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As part of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's EEOC year-long 50th anniversary celebration, the agency has released American Experiences versus American Expectations , a report that illustrates the significant changes to the demographics of the American workforce since EEOC opened its doors in The report, which also highlights continuing challenges in our workforce demographics, uses EEO-1 data to track employment participation from to for several demographic groups, including Asian-Americans. Beginning in , all employers with or more employees lower thresholds apply to federal contractors have been required by law to file an Employer Information Report EEO-1 with EEOC. American Experiences versus American Expectations reveals several noteworthy trends concerning Asian-American experiences in the workforce:. By comparison, between and , Asian-American participation rates in the workforce increased from 0. In , the United States' They represented 30 countries and spoke more than different languages.
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Gains were reported in the number of women, black and Latino workers among new hires while attrition rates for women and most under-represented groups declined, the Alphabet Inc. Still, black workers continued to have the highest attrition rates, according to the report, which cited race data for U. White workers remain in the majority, accounting for
In this picture taken on March 8, , Filipino women activists march in Manila to mark the th International Women's Day. The workplace is not an unfamiliar territory to women in the Southeast Asian region. The Philippines ranks ninth in the world for gender equity where women are given the opportunity to participate in politics, to have multiple seats on company boards and so on. However, the lack of gender diversification in the workplace is still immensely visible in local and international companies alike throughout the region. This gap persists despite economic growth, decreasing fertility rates, and increasing education.