The most gender-equal tech company still hires mostly men
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Copying the lead of other big tech companies such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google, eBay has detailed its workplace diversity for the first time. The figures released show a company that hires more women, Hispanics, and black people than its industry peers, but one that is still dominated by white and Asian men.
42 percent of eBay’s 33,000 employees are women. By comparison, only 37 percent of Yahoo’s and 30 percent of Google’s workforces are female. But up at the top of the company, eBay’s figures are less impressive: only 28 percent of the company’s leaders people at director level or above are women. The company’s tech division is even less equal, with men making up 76 percent of the workforce, but its non-tech arm is almost…