Differing Perspectives

A new PittsburghTODAY survey revealed that minority populations in the Pittsburgh region appear to be keenly aware of what is and isn’t being accomplished on the diversity front. The survey covered differences in opinion regarding racial, ethnic, and gender diversity.
The Beaver County Times reports: “Heather Arnet, chief executive officer for the Women and Girl’s Foundation, a regional group working to address social inequalities, said it is not surprising that women are less satisfied with their job. In an email to PublicSource, she said, ‘I think that when women responded that they value diversity, their responses reflect a desire for a heightened level of fairness and equity in the workplace. Since every wage study ever done has exposed continued gender gaps across all sectors, we can certainly understand why women would feel less job satisfaction in a work environment that still is not treating them fairly.'”
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