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2019 Diversity Report

Diversity is critical to our success as a company. People from all backgrounds rely on Facebook to connect with others, and we will better serve their needs with a more diverse workforce. Since 2014, when our strategic efforts began, we’ve made some progress increasing the number of people from traditionally underrepresented groups employed at Facebook, but we recognize that we need to do more.

Global Gender

*Data points from 2018 and 2019 have been rounded to the nearest tenth of a percentage point. Historical data points from 2014-2017 were rounded to the nearest whole number.

US Ethnicity

*Data points from 2018 and 2019 have been rounded to the nearest tenth of a percentage point. Historical data points from 2014-2017 were rounded to the nearest whole number.

OUR DEFINITION OF TECHNICAL ROLES AND OTHER

A position that requires specialization and knowledge needed to accomplish mathematical, engineering, or scientific related duties. The technical workforce is defined by position; not department or reporting manager, an employee’s skills, or prior experience. For ethnicity, other includes “American Indian or Alaska Native” and “Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander.”

OUR FULL CURRENT DEMOGRAPHIC DATA

Please note that due to the way the U.S. government tracks EEO-1 data, the numbers reflected in the below form are representative of a point in time in December 2018, and not our current 2019 data. The EEO-1 data also reflects job groupings and categories that do not align with the way Facebook groups our roles and employees internally. we believe that the information present on this website is a far more accurate reflection of the progress we’ve made and the work that remains to be done.

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