For LGBTQIA+

At DiversityJobs, we know that employees thrive when they can be their authentic selves inside and outside of work. Our employers know your value and are looking for LGBTQIA+ people like you.

At DiversityJobs, we know that employees thrive when they can be their authentic selves inside and outside of work. Our employers know your value and are looking for LGBTQIA+ people like you.

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the facts
4.5 %
of the U.S. population identifies as LGBTQIA+ 1
53 %
of Fortune 500 companies offer domestic partner benefit 2
65 %
of Fortune 500 companies offer transgender-inclusive benefits 3

Featured Articles

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May 10, 2022
Best Work from Home Jobs in 2022
The definition of a work environment has changed in the days since the 2020 Coronavirus global outbreak and lockdown. More remote job opportunities and ‘work from home’ jobs, aka WFH, are available for potential hires. If you are looking to start a career learning path to prepare for employment opportunities, or you want to specialize […]
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April 19, 2022
Disclosing Your Sexuality/Gender At Work
When, How, and Why to Disclose to Your Employer Regardless of if you’ve been out and proud for a month or 10 years, disclosing your sexuality to your employer can feel intimidating and induce anxiety. You may be asking yourself: Why do I have to disclose my sexuality or gender preferences to my employer? That’s […]
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April 11, 2022
Top Careers for LGBTQIA+
It’s not the 1950s anymore, yet workplace discrimination still impacts queer people throughout the United States. As a Queer person you may feel like you are out in all phases of your life except for your workplace. Fortunately, there are several jobs that are friendly for queer folk! The three best careers for members of […]
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February 24, 2022
How To Support Transgender Employees
Many large, well-known companies, including Goldman Sachs and Barclays, have recently put considerable effort into making their offices more comfortable and accepting for gay and lesbian employees. However, there is another group within the LGBT community that is often overlooked when employers consider how to make the workplace a more accepting environment – transgender individuals. To ensure a […]
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February 24, 2022
An LGBT Candidate’s Guide To the Job Search
Our country has made great progress regarding the LGBT community over the past few years, but things are still not perfect, and members of this community still often encounter discrimination from their peers and even potential employers. When looking for a job as a member of the LGBT community, you will probably encounter some form […]
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September 24, 2019
Avoiding LGBTQ Workplace Discrimination: Should You Come Out At Work?
Avoiding LGBTQ Workplace Discrimination: Should You Come Out at Work? When I came out as bisexual to my family and friends, I hoped it would be the last time I had that awkward conversation. Then I graduated college and moved from my liberal hometown of Boston, Massachusetts to Cleveland, Ohio, where I started my first […]
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December 3, 2020
Race, Gender, and LGBTQ+ Wage Gaps Are Real – and They End Up Costing Us All
White males make up the largest sector of the U.S. workforce and have, on average, always made the highest salaries. If we compare their salaries to those of women, ethnic minorities, the differently-abled, and LGBTQ+ persons, we see a large disparity between the wages of similarly-qualified candidates in the same fields.   The gap is […]
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LGBTQIA+ History Month
LGBTQIA+ History Month is in October and each year we mark it with spectacular events celebrating the history and achievements of the LGBTQIA+ community. When the observance was started, it mainly served as a call to action for the movement and its prosperity. But over the years, LGBTQIA+ History Month has evolved into a national collaborative effort to bring extraordinary figures from the LGBTQ+ community into the spotlight.
National Deaf Awareness Month
This month helps us see the highly concerted global advocacy to raise awareness about the Deaf community on different levels. It is about gathering together, becoming united, and showing that unity to the rest of the world.
Celebrate Bisexuality Day
The day is celebrated to remind people of the history and struggles faced by the bisexual community. A bisexual person is someone who is not exclusively attracted to people of one particular gender. The flag that represents the bisexual community has three colors — purple, blue, and pink. Celebrate Bisexuality Day teaches us that every person is deserving of love and respect, no matter how different they might seem from us. It’s a day that teaches us acceptance.