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When Twitter released its diversity report this week, it was the last of the major Internet giants to do so. Now that we have data from Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Yahoo, we’ve put it all together into one megachart for comparison. Below, you can see summarized the percent of male and white employees in tech and leadership positions across these companies.
As can be seen, roughly every major Internet company has the same proportion of men in tech positions (~80%), men in leadership (~75%), and white leaders (~70%). The only significant variation comes in white employees in tech position, where there is a high percentage of Asian workers. Either way, women and disadvantaged minority groups are not dominant.
As we’ve noted before, there is a serious dearth of females and disadvantaged minority groups in the computer science education pipeline. Comparing Google’s workforce makeup to the numbers of minorities and women in Computer Science shows that the search giant is roughly representative of the current talent pool (note: we only show Google, because all the companies are roughly similar and using one company simplifies the comparison).
It’s also worth noting that Google seems to have a slightly lower percent of hispanic and black workers than the national average, but that could be because a smaller portion make it to the ivy leagues, where Google recruits from.
More diversity reports should pour in over the coming year, including Apple’s. We will update this chart as more information is available.
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