Various public resources, publications, and articles on the topic of employment.

Infographic by the ACCT on implicit bias. It defined what implicit bias is, how implicit bias begins, factors that influence implicit bias, and statistics showing the impact of implicit bias on hiring.

Author: ACCT Foundation

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Infographic designed by the ACCT Foundation on employment of visible minorities in Canada. It discusses the racial wage and employment gap that still exists in Canada to this day.

Author: ACCT Foundation

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Video discussing the disparity and underrepresentation of Asian Americans in executive jobs and corporate boards.

Author: NBC News

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Report that documents differences among racial groups regarding education, employment, and income. The information is intended to be used for future comparisons. Data is based on the 1996 Census and focus group discussions with minorities and Aboriginal peoples.

Author: Jean Lock Kunz, Anne Milan, Sylvain Schetagne – Canadian Council on Social Development

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Article discussing the value Asian Americans place on higher education. It discusses how elite credentials (career in medicine, law, science, engineering) is seen to safeguard against discrimination in the labor market. The article also discusses how regardless of elite college statuses, Asian Americans are overall less likely to be promoted to managerial and executive ranks, and less likely to engage in civic activity.

Author: Jennifer Lee, Karthick Ramakrishnan

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An article from Statistics Canada that is the first to provide a socioeconomic profile of women board directors and officers in Canada from an intersectional lens. The study analyzed disparities in family, work and income characteristics mainly by gender and visible minority status.

Author: Lea-Maude Longpre-Verret, Elizabeth Richards – Statistis Canada

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Infographic by Statistics Canada on the diversity among board directors and officers. The graphic specifically makes distinctions between men and women, immigrants, Indigenous, visible minorities and non visible minorities.

Author: Statistics Canada

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Infographic debunking the model minority myth and how it skews the public perception of Asian Canadians and employment.

Author: ACCT Foundation

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