Lyft bests Uber (and others) in latest diversity report

This week, Lyft released its first diversity report, accounting for the gender and ethnicity of its employees. And, for a tech company, it has a greater than average number of female employees. According to the report, 42-percent of Lyft employees in total identify as female, and 36-percent of leadership. This gives it a leg up on its main competition, Uber. In the latter’s 2017 diversity report, 36-percent of its employees are female. On the tech side, things are a little bleak. 15-percent of Uber’s tech employees are women, while Lyft’s numbers are slightly better at 18-percent. It’s not encouraging that so few of…

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