WSJ: Diversity Officers Are Being Laid Off En Masse, Companies Fear Legal Action in Wake of Affirmative Action RulingChris Menahan
Jul. 21, 2023
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The diversity officer racket is rapidly contracting due to economic woes and fears of lawsuits that have only amplified in the wake of the Supreme Court striking down affirmative action in college admissions.
From WSJ, "The Rise and Fall of the Chief Diversity Officer":
Two years ago chief diversity officers were some of the hottest hires into executive ranks. Now, they increasingly feel left out in the cold."Diversity officer" is the ultimate grift.
Ashleigh Shackleford, a true DEI pioneer, summed up the entire field many years ago in a legendary presentation.
LinkedIn reported in 2021 that diversity officer was "one of the fastest-growing careers" with salaries ranging from $72,900 to $97,000.
As I reported at the time:
Robert Sellers, the chief diversity officer at the University of Michigan, is paid $407,653 a year.Every one of these hacks could easily be replaced by ChatGPT -- and many actually already use ChatGPT to do their jobs for them.
Case in point: Two Deans with Vanderbilt's Peabody Office of Equity, Diversion and Inclusion in February were caught using ChatGPT to write a letter to students grieving over a mass shooting at Michigan State University.
The letter was indistinguishable from the DEI gibberish that diversity officers put out every day in their racial grievance-fueled make-work "jobs."
For a time, DEI was the ultimate bubble. It appears the bubble is finally bursting.
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