* Underrepresented minorities (URM) are U.S. employees who identify as Black/African American, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American, Pacific Islander, and/or two or more races.
Data source: Employee promotions and horizontal movement taking place in fiscal year 2020. An employee is counted as having a promotion if they move up to a higher job level (most common); move from a job where they track their work hours to one where they do not track their work hours; or move from an individual contributor job to a people manager job. An employee is counted as having a horizontal movement if they take a different role at the same job level (lateral move) or lower job level (learning move).
Only employees with self-disclosed gender and race/ethnicity information were included in the analysis. <1% of global Adobe employees have unknown gender and <3% of US Adobe employees have unknown race/ethnicity.