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27 Apr. 2021 | Comments (0)

Our recent labor market research finds that wage gaps by race/ethnicity and gender remain large in the US and have actually increased over the last decade.

In this podcast, experts from The Conference board will discuss:

-How wage gaps differ among Black, Hispanic, Asian, and White workers and by gender.

-How under-representation of some groups in high paying occupations/industries can help us understand existing gaps.

-How companies can take a multi-pronged approach to address wage gaps internally, as well as support progress toward pay equity externally.

-How to identify barriers to talent mobility and/or advancement to senior leadership and higher paid roles.

-Why strong growth in the tech industry contributes to rising wage gaps for Black workers.

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