Google’s most recent demographic data underscores the challenges it faces as it tries to add more women, blacks and Hispanics to its payroll.
A November 2014 business survey of visitors and residents in San Francisco’s Castro and Upper Market neighborhoods indicates that new arrivals to the rapidly-growing area are less likely to identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender.
A new study says residents in Marin County are some of the oldest in the Bay Area. In fact, almost one in five is 65 and older.
A landmark study from the Pew Research found the percentage of unmarried people is at its highest point in American history, and 50 percent of those surveyed felt society is just as well off it people “have priorities other than marriage and children.”
Apple primarily relies on white and Asian men for its top-paying technology jobs, feeding the perception that Silicon Valley’s economic boom is largely excluding women, blacks and Hispanics.
Saying it has “a lot of work to do” when it comes to diversity, Twitter released information about the diversity of its workforce on Wednesday. The numbers reveal most employees of the social networking giant are male, and predominantly white or Asian.
Calls for Twitter to publicly release its workforce demographic numbers are being waged in an online campaign waged on Twitter itself.
Google released a breakdown of the demographics of its workforce for the first time Wednesday, showing its employees are predominantly white males.
The state Finance Department reports that California’s population grew by almost 300,000 last year to nearly 38 million people, with the San Francisco Bay Area leading the growth.
A first of its kind survey in California has looked at mental health disparities for gays. The findings were released Monday in Pleasant Hill.