Uber has released its first ever workforce diversity report, and the results are what you'd expect—heavily male and white, just like the rest of the tech industry. Uber had been slower than its peers to release such a report, for which CEO Travis Kalanick apologized on Tuesday.
Gender: Overall, 63.9% of Uber's employees worldwide are men, and 36.1% are women. Within technical roles, 15.4% are women, just as CEO Travis Kalanick stated a few weeks ago. The numbers get more even within non-technical and customer support jobs.