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State Farm

State Farm values all people and their different perspectives, skills, experiences and opinions.

"At State FarmŽ, diversity isn't a program. It's a state of mind. The variety of experiences and points of view contained in our large and diverse group of associates strengthens the organization. It helps us to understand the marketplace and how we can do an ever-better job of serving our customers. It helps ensure our future."
- Ed Rust, Jr., Chairman & CEO, State Farm Insurance Companies

When we think about diversity and inclusion, we think of it holistically in terms of the workplace, marketplace, community, and supplier diversity.

Workplace
A diverse workforce is better positioned to meet the needs of all associates.

Marketplace
We must draw upon the diverse backgrounds, talents, and experiences of our agents and employees to better serve our existing and future customers.

Community
We make it our commitment to be like a good neighbor, helping to improve the quality of life in the communities where our associates live and work.

Supplier Diversity
By reaching out and supporting a culturally diverse supplier base we broaden and strengthen our customer base.
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