Workforce Logiq’s exclusive Workforce Management Diversity Benchmark Report delivers proprietary benchmarks to improve workforce diversity and human capital management strategies.
Key findings from the report include:
The top three markets to find diverse talent for in-demand remote jobsare: San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, and New York-Newark-Jersey City.
The top three states for diverse talent pools are: Hawaii, New Mexico, and California – they have double the national average of available Black, Hispanic, and Asian-American professional and knowledge workers.
The bottom three states for diverse talent pools are: Maine, West Virginia, and Vermont – each state has a diversity index of 76% or more below the national average.
The top three most ethnically diverse job categories are: scientists, engineers, and bankers. Writers, religious workers, nurses, law professionals, and consultants are all below the national diversity average, meaning it may be more difficult to recruit diverse candidates in these job categories.
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