The Canadian Association of Journalists’ first annual diversity survey includes data from 3,873 journalists working in 209 newsrooms nationwide. It is Canada’s largest survey of the race and gender of those who work in media. Data analysis and interactives were produced by Pennsylvania-based firm Qlik. The survey results are an 18-page report detailing national results, methodology, data limitations, and a full list of who participated.
Read the full survey results online now: https://caj.ca/diversitysurveyresults
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