Everything You Need To Know About Facebook's Latest Diversity Report
6 days ago - By News One
A sizeable number of Facebook users are Black but many of its employees are not Black. In fact, a staggeringly low number of the social media giant's workers are Black and Hispanic women, according to the company's latest diversity report released Thursday.
There are only six Black women who are senior managers and executives - a number that can nearly be counted on one hand. Less than one percent of those 769 positions belong to Black women, who fare worse than their Hispanic counterparts at 1.3 percent. The data is alarming, to say the least.
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