Workforce diversity at online companies

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Statista dossier about workforce diversity at online companies

This dossier presents information on corporate demography at selected online companies. The paper provides overall employment statistics of women and other minority groups within computing-related occupations in the United States as well as benchmark statistics regarding employee diversity at Google, Facebook, Yahoo, and LinkedIn.

Table of contents

  • 1. Overview
    • Female representation within technology industries 2015

    • Women in IT leadership roles 2016, by country

    • Share of minority group computer occupation workers in the U.S. 2017

    • U.S. women in computing-related occupations 2000-2017

    • U.S. women in computing-related occupations 2016, by ethnicity

    • Share of Fortune 500 female CIOs 1995-2017

    • U.S. tech industry workforce diversity 2016, by gender

    • Worker gender split in the U.S. tech sector 2017, by state

    • Mean earnings in the U.S. by educational attainment and gender 2016

    • U.S. gender wage gap in 2016, by industry

    • Revenue per employee of leading tech companies 2016

    • Average age of tech company employees 2016

  • 2. Tech leavers
    • Reasons for U.S. employees to leave tech industry 2017

    • U.S. tech employees who left industry due to unfairness 2017

    • Reasons for U.S. employees to leave tech industry 2017, by gender

    • Reasons for U.S. employees to leave tech industry 2017, by ethnicity

    • U.S. tech employees who experienced selected types of unfairness 2017

    • U.S. adults who say tech industry discrimination against women is a problem 2017

  • 3. Google
    • Google: global corporate demography 2014-2017, by gender

    • Google: global corporate demography 2017, by gender and department

    • Google: U.S. corporate demography 2014-2017, by ethnicity

    • Google: U.S. corporate demography 2017, by ethnicity and department

  • 4. Facebook
    • Facebook: global corporate demography 2014-2017, by gender

    • Facebook: global corporate demography 2017, by gender and department

    • Facebook: U.S. corporate demography 2014-2017, by ethnicity

    • Facebook: U.S. corporate demography 2017, by ethnicity and department

  • 5. Yahoo
    • Yahoo: global corporate demography 2014-2016, by gender

    • Yahoo: global corporate demography 2016, by gender and department

    • Yahoo: U.S. corporate demography 2014-2016, by ethnicity

    • Yahoo: U.S. corporate demography 2016, by ethnicity and department

  • 6. LinkedIn
    • LinkedIn: global corporate demography 2013-2016, by gender

    • LinkedIn: global corporate demography 2016, by gender and department

    • LinkedIn: U.S. corporate demography 2013-2016, by ethnicity

    • LinkedIn: U.S. corporate demography 2016, by ethnicity and department

  • 7. Etsy
    • Etsy: global corporate demography 2015, by gender

    • Etsy: global corporate demography 2015, by gender and department

    • Etsy: U.S. corporate demography 2015, by ethnicity

    • Etsy: U.S. corporate demography 2015, by ethnicity and department

  • 8. PayPal
    • Paypal: global corporate demography 2017, by gender

    • Paypal: global corporate demography 2017, by gender and department

    • Paypal: U.S. corporate demography 2016, by ethnicity

    • Paypal: U.S. corporate demography 2017, by ethnicity and department

  • 9. Groupon
    • Groupon: global corporate demography 2017, by gender

    • Groupon: global corporate demography 2017, by gender and department

    • Groupon: U.S. corporate demography 2017, by ethnicity

    • Groupon: U.S. corporate demography 2017, by ethnicity and department

  • Language: English
  • Released: 2017
  • Source(s): Statista
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