Diversifying tech | How KPMG plans on tackling the issue of classism at work

How KPMG plans on tackling the issue of classism at work


According to Inclusive Boards’ 100 Most Influential BAME Leaders in Tech 2020 Report, in the UK tech sector only 19% of workers are from a working-class background compared to 33.3% of the nationwide population.

In contrast, its analysis found that those with parents from a professional-managerial background made up 45% of workers in the sector compared to 31.2% of the nationwide population.

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