Twitter Wants Its Work Force to Be 43% Women, 5% Each Black and Latinx by Year-End

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Twitter issued its 2018 Inclusion and Diversity Report Thursday, saying that its goal for year-end 2019 is to have women represent 43 percent of its overall workforce, while in the U.S., it is aiming for 5 percent black and 5 percent Latinx.

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