We have made year-over-year progress, but continue to strive for better representation across our various businesses.

Here is our global gender and U.S. race and ethnicity data as of December 31, 2018.

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Among Amazon’s global employees, 41.7% identify as women and 58.3% identify as men. Among managers globally, 26.8% identify as women and 73.2% identify as men. In the U.S., 15.1% of Amazon employees identify as Asian, 24.5% as Black/African American, 17.0% as Hispanic/Latin-X, 3.7% as two or more races, 0.7% as Native American, and 38.9% as White. Among managers in the U.S, 20.5% identify as Asian, 7.2% as Black/African American, 7.3% as Hispanic/Latin-X, 2.9% as two or more races, 0.4% as Native American, and 61.7% as White.

A review of the compensation awarded in 2018 at Amazon, including both base and stock, shows that women earned 99.5 cents for every dollar that men earned in the same jobs, and that minorities earned 98.5 cents for every dollar that white employees earned in the same jobs. We continue to prioritize pay equity.