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Creating a better tomorrow, together

At Experian®, diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging isn’t a catchphrase, it’s a core value. We believe bringing together unique experiences, diverse backgrounds and individual differences creates a dynamic, innovative and inspiring workplace — one reflective of the clients and communities we serve around the globe.

Our diversity in action

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Diversity, equity and inclusion are essential to our purpose of creating a better tomorrow together by making positive change in the world and actively supporting efforts to close the financial wealth gap of underserved communities.

We actively support the potential of all expressions of diversity, including but not limited to thought, style, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, underrepresented populations, ethnicity, disability, culture and experience.

Representation matters

As part of our efforts to build a workplace representative of our communities, transparency is paramount. Our current North America employee demographics* show our progress and remind us of the need for continued focus.

Gender equity

46% of our employees are women.

Racial equity in the United States

37% of employees are drawn from underrepresented populations.

Hiring for diversity

54% of new hires are women, 51% are from underrepresented groups.

*Experian North America includes Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, and the United States.

Serving communities

We’re working toward greater financial and social inclusion in the communities we serve. We’ve partnered with more than 25 nonprofit and diversity organizations on initiatives to drive systemic change, and support credit education, financial literacy, entrepreneurship and homeownership. The Heart of Experian and United for Financial Health are examples of our commitment.

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Always evolving

Every year, we strengthen our commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging. Recently, we amplified our support for the physical, mental and financial well-being of our employees during the COVID-19 pandemic while also enhancing our efforts to hire, develop and promote talented employees from underrepresented populations. Read these reports to see how our teammates made an impact.

Belonging at work

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Our culture of belonging invites you to be part of an organization where we honor and appreciate individual differences. You don’t have to take our word for it. Meet some of the people who make Experian a great place to work.

Making meaningful connections

We’ve been intentional about developing an infrastructure that fosters belonging and provides support for all our employees. Through clubs, events and resource groups, our employees feel empowered to celebrate their identities, further their development and express themselves with pride.


From days of understanding to volunteering, we offer opportunities for employees to stay connected.

Resource groups

Our employee resource groups (ERGs) support and empower employees’ professional growth and directly influence our business strategy.


Our teammates actively participate in more than 20 clubs — and counting — to fuel their hobbies, passions and affinities.

Follow our diversity and inclusion journey

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Experian life images generously provided by Nhan Nguyen.