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GoogleYahooFacebookTwitterAppleSalesforceBay Area**Google TechYahoo Tech
Facebook Tech
Twitter TechApple Tech
Salesforce Tech
Google NTYahoo NTFacebook NTTwitter NTApple NT
Salesforce NT
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GenderFemale30373130302950.4171515102020485247503532
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Male70626970707149.6838585908080524753506568
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Other*010000010000010000
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GoogleYahooFacebookTwitterAppleSalesforceBay Area**Google TechYahoo Tech
Facebook Tech
Twitter TechApple Tech
Salesforce Tech
Google NTYahoo NTFacebook NTTwitter NTApple NT
Salesforce NT
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Race/Ethnicity
White61505759556752.56035535854N/A6563637256N/A
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Asian30393429152223.33457413423N/A2324242414N/A
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Hispanic344311423.523337N/A46609N/A
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Black2222726.711116N/A33229N/A
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Mixed4233225.431222N/A52403N/A
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Other*120310310.812028N/A12129N/A
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* Includes not disclosed
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Sources for data are listed on row 55
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** "Bay Area" numbers are demographic data for Bay Area population, not employment numbers. See also very important caveat re: Hispanic statistics below.
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Related blog post:
http://seldo.com/weblog/2014/06/25/a_comparison_of_diversity_at_three_major_tech_companies
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Sources:
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Salesforce
http://www.salesforce.com/company/careers/diversity-numbers.jsp
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Google
http://www.google.com/diversity/at-google.html
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Yahoo
http://yahoo.tumblr.com/post/89085398949/workforce-diversity-at-yahoo
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Facebook
http://newsroom.fb.com/news/2014/06/building-a-more-diverse-facebook/
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Twitter
https://blog.twitter.com/2014/building-a-twitter-we-can-be-proud-of
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Apple
http://www.apple.com/diversity/
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Bay Area
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Francisco_Bay_Area#Demographics
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US
http://www.bls.gov/web/empsit/compwws.txt
and
http://www.bls.gov/web/empsit/compaes.txt
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Note on Hispanic numbers:
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The figure used for "Bay Area" is the US census count of "Hispanic of any race". The companies in the survey are using government guidelines for form EEO-1, which uses a different measure.
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Only inidividuals who identify as Hispanic *instead of any racial category* are counted in the company data, so the number is much lower than the census data.
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Figures for Hispanic employees at the companies and in the census data are NOT directly comparable.
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