How to use Underrepresented in a sentence
Nevertheless, they are still seriously underrepresented overall and even more so when we look at the higher rungs of the career ladder.
For example, Italians are underrepresented in this population when compared to the population of the East Coast of the United States.
Africans were severely underrepresented (numbering, I believe, only 400) Ã¢ but even this was apparently an improvement over previous years.
I am German and Germany is traditionally underrepresented in the UN.
Bringing arts into underrepresented communities must attempt to transcend these terms and boundaries.Advertisement
This is accompanied by recruitment initiatives in underrepresented areas and training courses for black members and stewards.
Women and underrepresented minorities are especially encouraged to apply.
Success will be measured by the amount of funds received and disbursed to students entering GU from underrepresented backgrounds.
The London Development Agency is committed to welcoming disabled applicants as they are currently underrepresented in the workforce.
Women hold about 43 percent of public sector jobs but are underrepresented in senior management positions.Advertisement
The sector in Wales is underrepresented in terms of employing ethnic minorities across all ethnic groups.
London is as yet underrepresented in this database, with only one 428 node track compared to these tentative stumbles that we have made.
In most societies, women are grossly underrepresented in government.
Pupils from less well-off backgrounds are significantly underrepresented at the country's top 200 state secondary schools (6% of schools ).
Black, Arab and Asian students are currently underrepresented across the university.Advertisement
African and Latin American countries are still underrepresented, tho, on the law lists.
Women are underrepresented in many fields, such as management and the professions.