Despite high profile news about gaps for equal pay and workplace leadership, the needle has not budged in the past eight years of available data for women and minorities in top leadership in Florida private industry and State & Local Government’s according to Equal Employment Commission (EEOC) statistics.*
Senior/Executive-Level Officials and Managers in Florida Private Industry in 2014
- Women’s share of Senior/Executive-Level Officials and Managers declined from 31.83 to 30.52, flat-lined for the past eight consecutive years.
- Women of Color held only 7.00 percent of Senior/Executive-Level Positions reflecting no change during the past eight years.
- Minorities held 19.87 percent of Senior/Executive-Level Jobs in 2014, flat-lined for the eight straight year.
Top Paying Jobs in Florida State & Local Government’s
- In 2013 Women’s share of Senior/Executive-Level Officials and Managers was 41.6 an increase of 5.2 percentage points over the past five years
- In 2013 Women of Color held 14.6 percent of Senior/Executive-Level Positions flat-lined for the past eight years.
- In 2013 Minorities held 32.8 percent of Senior/Executive-Level Jobs compared to 33.6 percent in 2009
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