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Workforce diversity could add $570 billion to the tech sector

A new report from Intel makes the business case for diversity in cold, hard cash. “If two companies are identical except for racial/ethnic diversity and female representation in leadership, the more diverse company will have, in all likelihood, higher revenues, be more profitable, and have a higher market value.”  The study is based on a … Continue reading “Workforce diversity could add $570 billion to the tech sector”

A new report from Intel makes the business case for diversity in cold, hard cash. “If two companies are identical except for racial/ethnic diversity and female representation in leadership, the more diverse company will have, in all likelihood, higher revenues, be more profitable, and have a higher market value.” 

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The study is based on a data set of 170 tech companies’ workforces and a body of academic research that indicates diverse teams and management perform at a higher level.

Behold, the numbers.


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Lydia Dishman is a staff editor for Fast Company's Work Life section. She has written for CBS Moneywatch, Fortune, The Guardian, Popular Science, and the New York Times, among others.

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