Apple is hiring more diverse workers, but its total shares of women and minorities aren’t budging much
RANI MOLLATONY ROMM / Redcode
Around the world, Apple’s workforce in 2017 is 68 percent male and 32 percent female. That’s the same gender breakdown that the tech giant reported in 2016. But it reflects a 2 percent improvement in the number of women in Apple’s ranks over the past three years. That translates to 37,000 hires, the company said.