Apple became a more inclusive and diverse company in 2020 – Report

Apple has published its hiring stats on its website. The report shows that since 2014, the company has a more inclusive and diverse workforce, with 34% female and 66% male employees, globally and representation from Asian, Black, Hispanic/Latinx, Indigenous, Multiracial and White communities in the United States.

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Barbara Whye, Vice President of Inclusion & Diversity said:

“Inclusion and diversity are cornerstones of the global Apple community. We’re proud of the foundation we’ve built and clear-eyed about the challenges that remain. Together, we’re committed to continuing this journey with humility and resolve.”

Apple’s global and U.S. workforce is now more inclusive and diverse

With gradual and steady growth over the years, Apple proudly shares that its global gender index and U.S race and ethnicity index have increased by 3% to 4% since 2014. The Cupertino tech giant’s 2020 employee overall stats are:

Global Gender 

  • 2020 – 34 % female and 66% male
  • 2019 – 33% female and 67% male
  • 2018 – 33% female and 67% male
  • 2017 – 32% female and 68% male
  • 2016 – 32% female and 68% male
  • 2015 – 31% female and 69% male
  • 2014 – 30% female and 70% male

U.S Race and Ethnicity 

  • 2020
    • Asian – 27%
    • Black – 9%
    • Hispanic/ Latinx – 14%
    • Indigenous – 1%
    • Multiracial – 3%
    • White – 47%
  • 2019
    • Asian – 24%
    • Black – 9%
    • Hispanic/ Latinx – 14%
    • Indigenous – 1%
    • Multiracial – 3%
    • White – 48%
  • 2018 
    • Asian – 23%
    • Black – 9%
    • Hispanic/ Latinx – 14%
    • Indigenous – 1%
    • Multiracial – 3%
    • White – 50%
  • 2017
    • Asian – 21%
    • Black – 9%
    • Hispanic/ Latinx – 13%
    • Indigenous – 1%
    • Multiracial – 3%
    • Undeclared – 0%
    • White – 54%
  • 2016
    • Asian – 19%
    • Black – 9%
    • Hispanic/ Latinx – 12%
    • Indigenous – 1%
    • Multiracial – 2%
    • Undeclared – 0%
    • White – 56%
  • 2015
    • Asian – 18%
    • Black – 8%
    • Hispanic/ Latinx – 11%
    • Indigenous – 1%
    • Multiracial – 2%
    • Undeclared – 6%
    • White – 54%
  • 2014
    • Asian – 15%
    • Black – 7%
    • Hispanic/ Latinx – 11%
    • Indigenous – 1%
    • Multiracial – 2%
    • Undeclared – 9%
    • White – 55%

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It is encouraging for women and men from various communities to know that their skills and talents are valued at one of the world’s biggest companies.

We have about 160,000 talented employees across the world. And we are proud that when people join Apple, they find fulfillment for many years. That also means increasing overall representation takes time.

Every hiring decision is made one role, and one person, at a time. We are taking meaningful actions for more diverse representation across every part of the business. Because just 1% of over a hundred thousand represents change for thousands of people.

Read the complete inclusive and diverse report here.

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