Diversity In The Automation Industry Statistics

Diversity in the automation industry statistics show an underrepresentation of women and minority groups, highlighting the need for increased efforts to promote inclusivity and equity within the sector.

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"78% of tech industry leaders believe diversity is crucial to fostering innovation in the workplace."

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"One survey found that 45% of companies in the automation industry have diversity strategies that are either informal, incomplete, or non-existent."

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"64% of the workforce in the automation industry is made up of ethnic minorities, a far higher proportion than in many other sectors."

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"In a survey of tech professionals, 68% reported their workplace to lack gender diversity, while 53% reported a lack of racial and ethnic diversity"

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"In a 2020 survey, 32% of women in artificial intelligence, robotics, and automation said gender inequality remained their biggest career challenge."

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"A report by Google found that Black+ and Latinx+ employees represent 9.6% and 7.9% respectively, of jobs in the tech sector, including the automation industry."

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"In a survey by Hired, 76% of tech workers reported that the diversity of their teams was important to them."

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"A Microsoft study found that gender representation in tech is 19% women and 81% men globally."

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"A DevOps Institute reports that in the automation industry, roughly three men are hired for every one woman."

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"According to KPMG, 57% of tech leaders say it's more difficult to find diverse candidates in the tech (including automation) sector than in non-tech sectors."

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"In a Deloitte study, 61% of industry respondents indicated a 'high' or 'very high' degree of importance of including diversity aspects into their enterprise automation strategies."

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"McKinsey study revealed companies with more gender diversity at executive level are 21% more likely to have above-average profitability."

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"Companies with ethnic and cultural diversity had 33% likelihood of outperformance on EBIT margin according to McKinsey."

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"The 2020 Women in Tech report found only 16.9% of IT professionals in organizations are women."

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"According to Built In, only 3 in 10 tech employees are women."

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"Information Services Group (ISG) found that firms with the highest level of automation adoption are twice as likely to be "very effective" in their diversity and inclusion efforts."

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"In the UK Tech industry, the percentage of BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) representation is 15%."

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