Google: We’re “not where we want to be when it comes to diversity”


Google on Wednesday shared diversity numbers for its organization for the first time, offering a more open look at the makeup of the company. After admitting that it had been wrong to hold back the numbers in the past, Google acknowledge that it is not as diverse as it wants to be. 70 percent of Google’s global workforce is male. In the US, 61 percent of employees are white, with Asian being the second-largest ethnic group at 30 percent. Hispanic and Black weighed in at 3 percent and 2 percent, respectively. In order to improve diversity, Google has invested $40...

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