The more privileged are less hungry for success.
More male applicants raise concerns about proving themselves. Female applicants are willing to go the extra mile.
Community college applicants (across genders) are the most eager to participate in blind auditions.
Perceptions of Hiring Managers are impacted by blind auditions.
Female applicants scored higher on rigor, attention to detail and presentation skills.
Hiring managers admit to changing views on the quality of educational backgrounds after reviewing answers.
The needle on gender diversity is moving sharply.
Positive bias in hiring female candidates, likely exists due to their performance on the audition and due to lack of diversity on the teams that they are applying to.
Due to lack of expert guidance, counseling and self confidence, community college applicants performed poorly relative to others during in person interviews.