The tech world is just as white as ever, 2016 industry data obtained by Reveal and published Monday shows. And while Facebook has claimed it just can't find qualified minority employees to disrupt its overwhelming masculinity, it also can't cover up the fact that it's whiter than the majority of Silicon Valley's 177 largest companies.
Facebook isn't even the worst offender in the Bay Area. Ten companies didn't have a single black female employee in 2016, and three didn't have a black employee whatsoever, per the newly compiled data. The median of black executives across all 177 companies was zero percent.
And Facebook is one of only 26 companies that will own up to its dismal diversity data. All the others refused to publicly unveil their numbers, so Reveal could only access anonymous versions of their federal race and gender reports.
Still, the news wasn't all bad. Women comprised the majority of employees at two anonymous companies, and women of color made up one-third of executives in another.