Lowest Glass Ceiling Compared with Other Groups
The above chart shows that Asian Americans have the worst chance to rise to the managerial level in the private industries, universities and Federal government, where 2.1 million of us work: only 55% the chance as compared to the national average in the private industries, 41% the chance in universities, and 30% chance in the Federal government.
For details on how we arrived at these calculations, and for the data, collected from the Federal government on public websites, that we used for this chart, please CLICK HERE.
EEOC confirmed 80-20’s data is “consistent” with their calculations.
On 4/12/2006, Ron Edwards, EEOC’s statistics expert, stated “Your calculations [to arrive at the chart’s conclusions] are consistent with mine.”
Still the lowest glass ceiling using a method preferred by OFCCP, Dept of Labor
OFCCP prefers to use Census data for the “Total Civilian workforce.” Even with their calculations, see how AsAms STILL do the worst among all groups.
|Category||Ratio to national average|
|Asian Pacific Islanders||0.703|
EEO-1 Categories, Data using US Census: total civilian workforce (tabulation)
For more details on why 80-20’s data is higher quality than Census data.