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Buying power is defined as the total personal income that is available after taxes, for spending on virtually everything including goods and services. Use this infographic to look at the buying power of people of color in the US.
There are still too few women of color on boards. Boards looking to diversify can disrupt the default by filling their board seats with well-qualified, diverse candidates.
Statistical overview of women in the legal profession in Canada and the U.S.
See how Goldman Sachs takes a top-down, bottom-up, and outside-in approach to engaging and advancing multicultural leaders.
Catalyst highlights what it means to be an “other” in business and how companies can make everyone feel included.
Find out how many Fortune 500 board seats, executive officer positions, and top earner positions are held by women in 2013.
Labor Force, Educational Achievement, Income, and Buying Power
Catalyst highlights the percentage of women on boards in the Fortune 500 for 2013.
Learn more about the 2013 Catalyst Census: Fortune 500 reports, including study impetus and design, notes on companies included and excluded from analyses, and definitions of key terminology.
Labor Force, Educational Achievement, Income and Buying Power