Our data

Adobe diversity by the numbers.

We measure our progress on diversity and inclusion in many ways, from regularly surveying employees about their workplace experiences to monitoring the fairness of our hiring and compensation practices. One important dimension of this effort is tracking the makeup of our employee base over time.

Gender at Adobe.

From fiscal 2016 to 2017, we increased the number of females in our global employee base by 2% relative to males. The exact gender mix varied across our sites and geographies.
Our data - Gender
Data source: 2017 Sustainability & Social Impact Report, data ending fiscal year 2017 (December 1, 2017).

Ethnicity at Adobe.

From fiscal 2016 to 2017, we increased the number of underrepresented minorities (i.e., those who self-identify as Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, and/or two or more races) in our U.S. employee base by 0.7 percent. Within this increase, there was positive movement across all ethnicities.
Our data - Ethnicity
Data source: 2017 EE0-1 report, which reflects U.S. government reporting requirements.

Pay parity data.

We’re proud to say we have achieved global gender pay parity for Adobe employees as of October 2018. We’ve also achieved pay parity among white and nonwhite employees in the U.S., and we’re focused on maintaining pay parity as we continue to grow.