5 Types of “Diversity Language” in Job Descriptions

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Diversity language in job descriptions attracts talent from underrepresented groups. And encourages them to apply. So, how do you describe diversity in your job descriptions?

Here are 5 examples of “diversity language” I find in JDs. Some are more obvious than others.

1. Diversity Statement

A diversity statement in your JD shows a company’s commitment to inclusion and its impact on various communities. Including underrepresented groups in your diversity statement directly engages with candidates from those groups. 

The best diversity statements in job descriptions encourage diverse applicants to apply regardless of physical limitations or identity.


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