At WayUp, we love helping employers hire top, diverse talent. Since 2014, we’ve been helping companies—like Clorox, L'Oréal, and Bloomberg—attract and hire diverse and qualified early-career talent virtually. From D&I Analytics Dashboards to Automated Concierge Sourcing to employment branding, we’re the number one leader in virtual D&I recruitment solutions.
Many of our Employer Partners use WayUp to recruit diverse STEM talent, so we thought we’d dive into a question we get a lot:
WayUp’s employer partners can target the students whose educational profiles best match the role they’re looking for—including STEM talent. Overall, 37% of our sourceable users have “STEM” (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) majors.
Of STEM talent on WayUp’s userbase, 33% of these are Computer Science majors.
For context, 71% of WayUp’s users self-identify as Black, Hispanic, Mixed, or female. More specifically, 36% are Black, Hispanic, or Mixed, and 59% are female. And, in 2020, applicants who applied for tech positions from WayUp were (on average):
Learn more about what kind of candidates are on WayUp’s hiring marketplace.
Here’s the short and (really) sweet answer.
Don’t just take it from us; see how we helped SurveyMonkey broaden their reach to more diverse STEM talent, spend less time on unqualified candidates, and attract diverse students from all over the country to their Virtual Events. Read the case study.
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