Percentage of employed workers from minority groups in computer occupations in the United States in 2017

Share of minority group computer occupation workers in the U.S. 2017 This statistic presents the percentage of employed minority group workers in computer occupations in the United States in 2017. As of that year, 25.5 percent of all persons employed in computer and mathematical occupations were female. During the same period of time, 5.3 percent of all U.S. computer programmers were of Hispanic or Latino ethnicity.
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WomenBlack or African AmericanAsianHispanic or Latino
Computer and mathematical occupations25.5%8.7%20.8%7.3%
Computer systems analysts38.9%9.7%16.6%7.2%
Information security analysts20.2%15.6%12.6%4.6%
Computer programmers21.2%7.1%25.4%5.3%
Software developers, applications and systems software18.7%5.6%32.4%6.2%
Web developers32.3%4.5%9.8%5.8%
Computer support specialists27.1%14.6%11.3%10.3%
Database administrators40.6%10.1%18.1%6.2%
Network and computer systems administrators23.5%6.3%11.8%10.9%
Computer network achitects4.2%10.6%15.2%3.1%
Computer occupations, all other22.6%11.4%11.9%9.7%
WomenBlack or African AmericanAsianHispanic or Latino
Computer and mathematical occupations25.5%8.7%20.8%7.3%
Computer systems analysts38.9%9.7%16.6%7.2%
Information security analysts20.2%15.6%12.6%4.6%
Computer programmers21.2%7.1%25.4%5.3%
Software developers, applications and systems software18.7%5.6%32.4%6.2%
Web developers32.3%4.5%9.8%5.8%
Computer support specialists27.1%14.6%11.3%10.3%
Database administrators40.6%10.1%18.1%6.2%
Network and computer systems administrators23.5%6.3%11.8%10.9%
Computer network achitects4.2%10.6%15.2%3.1%
Computer occupations, all other22.6%11.4%11.9%9.7%
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This statistic presents the percentage of employed minority group workers in computer occupations in the United States in 2017. As of that year, 25.5 percent of all persons employed in computer and mathematical occupations were female. During the same period of time, 5.3 percent of all U.S. computer programmers were of Hispanic or Latino ethnicity.
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January 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2017

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