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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How do I contribute?

You can contribute more company EEO-1 data, which is always needed. Use this form to contribute company data.

You can also lobby within your company or as an external voice to encourage the release of this information by more companies.

Where did this data come from?

To quote from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission website, "The EEO-1 Component 1 report is a mandatory annual data collection that requires all private sector employers with 100 or more employees, and federal contractors with 50 or more employees meeting certain criteria, to submit demographic workforce data, including data by race/ethnicity, sex and job categories." collected and organized the publicly available federal data from the EEOC as well as publicly available EEO-1 submissions from individual companies. You can learn more about where specific data came from by clicking the "Source" or "Archive" links in each column of data.

Why did you choose to use this data?

The EEO-1 dataset was chosen in order to present a consistent view across companies and reference data.

Where do these terms/groupings/labels/names/etc. come from?

The terminology used for these datasets is directly pulled from the EEO-1 data and reporting requirements. You can read more on this EEOC support website.

What do "Male" and "Female" mean in this data?

The terminology used for these datasets is directly pulled from the EEO-1 data and reporting requirements. You can read more on this EEOC support website.

Which job category does a certain role fall under?

For detailed guidance, visit this EEOC support website. Some paraphrased examples from that website:

  • Exec/Sr Officials & Managers: CEOs, COOs, CFOs, line of business heads.
  • First/Mid Officials & Managers: first-line managers, team managers, unit managers, operations managers, production managers, branch managers.
  • Professionals: accountants, airplane pilots, architects, artists, computer programmers, software engineers, engineers, lawyers, scientists, registered nurses, physicians, surgeons, teachers.
  • Technicians: EMTs, sound engineering technicians.
  • Sales Workers: sales agents, real estate brokers, sales representatives, telemarketers, retail salespersons, cashiers.
  • Office and Clerical Workers: administrative support workers, clerks, dispatchers, typists.
  • Craft Workers: masons, carpenters, electricians, painters, plumbers, plasterers, roofers, oil and gas rotary drill operators.
  • Operatives: textile machine workers, laundry and dry cleaning workers, electronic equipment assemblers, bakers, meat/poultry/fish processing workers.
  • Laborers: vehicle and equipment cleaners, material movers, service station attendants, construction laborers, materials collectors.
  • Service Workers: cooks, bartenders, food service workers, medical assistants, other healthcare support positions, hairdressers, ushers, transportation attendants, cleaners, janitors, porters, transit and railroad police and fire fighters, guards, private detectives and investigators.

Why are some companies missing from this data even though they release diversity data or other workforce data?

Only companies that have voluntarily released unmodified data in the format consistent with the EEO-1 reporting are included on The data must also be directly found on the company's website or an archive of the company's website.

Why is this data different from what is on some company websites?

Some companies and their employees choose to organize and group their employee workforce according to different methodologies. To read about the company-specific data collection and grouping methodologies, visit that company's website.

Due to lack of consistency and comparability, this company-specific information is out of scope of at this time. This company-specific information may be supported in the future.

Why is there a warning for some of the data?

There may be a warning displayed for various reasons. Please read the warning message for more information and try adjusting the selections if desired.

How do I share my current selection?

The URL contains your current selection. Just copy the URL and share it.

Why is reference data missing for more recent years?

Data is submitted by companies at the end of the year and published in aggregate by the EEOC 6-18 months later. Additionally, the EEOC delayed the submission and publishing of this data due to COVID-19.

How do I cite this website?

Consider linking to when you share the visuals, data, or other discussion with the world. This website and the visualizations it uses are original and under copyright.

While this data is available from various sources, a lot of work went into making it accessible by a wide audience on this website. Original source links are provided for data provenance.

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