Inclusion & Diversity

Different together.

At Apple, we’re not all the same. And that’s our greatest strength. We draw on the differences in who we are, what we’ve experienced, and how we think. Because to create products that serve everyone, we believe in including everyone.

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quote by Emi

Apple has a very accepting culture. Everyone here really values individuality.

quote by Kirk

Apple gives veterans the opportunity to make the most of their skills and abilities. There’s a support network here to help you be successful.

quote by Esther

We’re constantly looking at ways to bring women into tech and asking ourselves how we can do more.

quote by Yael

There are insights we can only get from working with people who bring different perspectives.

quote by Adil

As a manager and leader of the Apple Muslim Association, I?want to make sure people feel comfortable and free to practice whatever they practice.

quote by Ibrahim

This is my dream job. I?get to work on projects I am passionate about that help people.

quote by Tyelisa

It’s rewarding to share my background with my coworkers, learn about theirs, and create a team culture that’s very open and transparent. It makes work feel like home.

quote by Cathy

Apple really encourages people to feel cultural pride, a sense of belonging, and that they’re welcome. It’s one of the things I love about working at Apple.

quote by Consuela

This job makes me want to be a better leader, a better person, and to help people do the best work of their?lives.

A look at the last five years.

Global gender

33%
female
67%
male

U.S. race and ethnicity

23%
asian
9%
black
14%
hispanic
3%
multiracial
1%
native american, native hawaiian, pacific islander
n/a%
undeclared
50%
white

Data as of December 2018. To align with U.S. government reporting requirements, data on this website uses the traditional gender categories of male and female. Apple deeply respects that gender is not binary; reporting in this manner should not represent our position on the issue. Underrepresented minorities: groups whose representation in tech has been historically low — Black, Hispanic, Native American, and Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander. Data supplied by the People team at Apple. Totals may not add up to 100 percent due to rounding.

The population of employees whose race or ethnicity was undeclared decreased from 6 percent in 2015 to less than 1 percent in 2016 and continues to remain below 1 percent in 2017. This decrease came as a result of stronger internal processes and employees properly identifying themselves. Because the majority of our previously undeclared employees identified as White, the decrease had no impact on the representation rates for any other group. Other includes Native American and Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander. Data as of July 2017.

The population of employees whose race or ethnicity is undeclared this year is less than 1 percent. This decrease comes as the result of stronger internal processes and employees properly identifying themselves. Because the majority of our previously undeclared employees identified as White, the decrease had no impact on the representation rates for any other group. Other includes Native American and Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander. Data as of June 2016.

Other includes Native American and Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander. Data as of June 2015.

Other includes Native American and Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander. Gender data as of August 2014. Race and ethnicity data as of June 2014.

Our most recently filed Federal Employer Information Report EEO-1, representing employees as of December 2018, is available for download below. We make the document publicly available, but it’s not how we measure our progress. The EEO-1 has not kept pace with changes in industry. We believe the information we report elsewhere on this site is a more accurate reflection of our progress toward diversity.