Pandora is better than most tech companies at hiring women
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Pandora joined the growing list of tech companies releasing figures on employee diversity this week, and it’s one of the few companies that’s actually looking kind of good in some ways. Overall, the company has a very nearly even split of male and female employees (50.8 percent men to 49.2 percent women), whereas other companies have employed far more men the ratio at both Apple and Twitter is 70/30. Pandora’s figures are dramatically different when you turn to tech positions, however. There, women only account for 17.9 percent of the roles, which is about as bad as everyone else. Leadership roles are better, but still predominantly male, with women only holding 38.8 percent of the roles.