Recruiting for Diversity

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A common explanation for the lack of diversity in certain professions—such as science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)—and in managerial and executive positions is the “pipeline problem.” The idea is that there isn’t much diversity at the top levels of companies because there isn’t much diversity at the entry level, and these companies promote from within.

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When it comes to STEM and other fields that lack diversity, the pipeline argument explains that there just isn’t much diversity in the education system for these fields. Women and minorities, the argument goes, simply aren’t

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