We’re a diverse collective of thinkers and doers, continually reimagining what’s possible to help us all do what we love in new ways. And the same innovation that goes into our products also applies to our practices — strengthening our commitment to leave the world better than we found it. This is where your work can make a difference in people’s lives. Including your own.   Apple is Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Workplace Certified for 2019 and 2020.
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Apple is a Diverse and Inclusive Employer

At Apple, we’re not all the same. And that’s our greatest strength. We draw on the differences in who we are, what we’ve experienced, and how we think. Because to create products that serve everyone, we believe in including everyone. We’re committed to doing more. We know that an inclusive and diverse workforce drives innovation and makes Apple stronger. That’s why we’re committed to hiring more diverse talent for jobs at all levels, attracting candidates from more diverse pipelines, leveraging technology to prevent bias, and driving development efforts to increase representation in leadership across the company.

We’re making consistent progress.

For the past five years, we’ve continued to hire more women and underrepresented minorities every year. This is driving our progress over time. As we bring in new team members and support their growth at Apple, we’re highly encouraged that our workforce will become more representative at all levels of the company.

Women at Apple

  • Overall representation of women continues to increase at Apple globally. Our greatest progress is seen within the under-30 and new-hire populations.


We’re championing equal pay around the globe.

We’ve achieved pay equity in every country where we operate — women earn the same as men when performing similar work. In the United States, underrepresented minorities earn one dollar for every dollar white employees earn. Every year, we examine the compensation employees receive and make adjustments to ensure that we maintain pay equity. As part of our commitment to achieving pay equity globally, we’ve also stopped asking candidates about their salary history. And in 2019, we received a top ranking for pay equity by Arjuna Capital’s Gender Pay Scorecard in the technology industry.

The next generation of leaders is more diverse.

Apple is a multigenerational company with employees from 18 to 87. We support the development of all our employees throughout their Apple journey, and we’re proud that so many of our people choose to remain at Apple for a long time. Employees under 30 represent a third of our total workforce. They are our most diverse and fastest-growing population. Today, 45 percent of leaders under 30 are women, and 17 percent are underrepresented minorities. And we’re deeply committed to ensuring that each generation of leaders is more representative than the last.



Underrepresented minorities in the U.S.

Overall representation of underrepresented minorities continues to increase at Apple in the United States. Our greatest progress is seen within the under-30 and new-hire populations.  

Representation at Apple in U.S.

Our new hires are even more diverse than our current employees.



A more diverse future begins with more opportunities.

From our earliest days, Apple has always believed that education is the great equalizer. We’re dedicated to empowering students and educators at all levels. We partner with community colleges, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), minority-serving institutions, and others through programs like AppleCare College and our Apple HBCU Scholars internship program. And we’re developing partnerships to reach even more diverse talent across all ages and career stages.  

An inclusive culture for all.

At Apple, inclusion and diversity means bringing everybody in. We welcome all voices and all beliefs. We’re proud to hire and support U.S. veterans. Through their experiences, they bring leadership, technical skills, and a spirit of collaboration to Apple. And we advocate on behalf of LGBTQ+ people because we believe that LGBTQ+ rights are human rights. For more than 30 years, Apple employees have found community and connection in Apple’s Diversity Network Associations, employee-led groups that foster a culture of belonging through education, leadership programs, and networking. Today over 25,000 Apple employees belong to groups like [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], and [email protected], and a range of faith-based groups.



Why Work at Apple?

An open invitation to open minds. Come to Apple, where thousands of individual imaginations gather together to pave the way to innovation. Here, you’ll do more than join something — you’ll add something. We bring amazing people together to make amazing things happen. We’re a diverse collective of thinkers and doers, continuously reimagining our products and practices to help people do what they love in new ways. That innovation is inspired by a shared commitment to great work — and to each other. Because learning from the people here means we’re learning from the best.

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