(VentureBeat) – Yahoo’s employment base might be a tad bit more racially diverse than Google’s and LinkedIn’s, but it’s still got work to do.
The search company revealed today that 50 percent of its employees in the U.S. are white — a lower percentage than Google (61 percent) and LinkedIn (53 percent).
When it comes to gender, though, Yahoo falls in the middle, as 37 percent of its employees globally are women. LinkedIn came out ahead with 39 percent, and Google trails with 30 percent.
The big picture shows a Silicon Valley technology scene with tendencies: White people are most common, and men are most common.