Photo courtesy Scott Maxwell
Photo courtesy Scott Maxwell

While America already boasts a diverse workforce (half women and one-third minority), it stands to continue to grow in diversity with women representing a larger share than men by 2020. A team of staffers at The Atlantic spoke with experts in multiple areas about their hopes for continued diversity in 2016.

One of the issues addressed by Anne Marie-Slaughter is how care issues should be addressed as a men's and women's issue rather that just women's:

The principal reason for hope is that the generation that will take power in the next decade or two increasingly thinks of care issues as family issues that are of equal concern to both women and men.

To learn more about the growing diversity of the American workforce and its continuation in 2016, head over to The Atlanctic:

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