When people think of diversity, they often name out religions, races, cultures, languages and cuisines. Yet, people often forget other socio-economic…

When people think of diversity, they often name out religions, races, cultures, languages and cuisines. Yet, people often forget other socio-economic factors. People who grew up in the United States are not all the same. They come from different regions – Eastern, Western, Northern, or Southern states, urban, suburban or rural areas. They come from different families – blue or white collars – whose values and traditions might differ significantly. One’s socio-economic background is one of the most important influences in one’s life, and most often missed in social events and organizations too.
– Phy

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