Diversity Officer 'One Of The Fastest-Growing Careers,' LinkedIn FindsChris Menahan
Feb. 24, 2021
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One of the fastest-growing careers in America is that of diversity officer, according to data from LinkedIn.
Protests sparked by the police-involved shootings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor caused organizations around the world to reckon with systemic racism and a lack of diversity in positions of power. Companies -- large and small -- turned to diversity experts who could help them bring new voices into their organizations. Hiring for these roles increased more than 90% since 2019.This is basically what the job consists of:
This is the type of "training" diversity officers provide:
Teaching Diversity, Inclusion and Equity (DIE) can be extremely lucrative.
Robert Sellers, the chief diversity officer at the University of Michigan, is paid $407,653 a year.
Jabbar Bennett, vice president/chief diversity and inclusion officer at Michigan State University, is paid around $300,000 a year and gets a $700 "monthly vehicle allowance."
Antonio Farias, chief diversity officer at the University of Florida, is paid around $280,000 a year.
Liz Tovar, executive officer for diversity, equity, and inclusion at the University of Iowa, is paid $250,000 a year.
Gigi Secuban, vice president for diversity and inclusion at Ohio University, is paid nearly $200,000 a year.
Who, again, are the people with "privilege?"
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