https://www.engadget.com/2016/07/16/facebook-isnt-trying-hard-enough-to-increase-its-diversity/ Full disclosure: I hate Facebook. What I want to know is WHAT is wrong with all these world saving millennials? This seems like we are de-evolving. Forcing diversity for the sake of appearing to be totally 110% P.C. is just plain backwards. I've hired lots of people in my time in the tech industry and I can tell you 1 fact. 99.9% of all the Applicans are white males. You don't think an IT department of all guys would jump at the chance to hire a nerdy female or any female??? I hired a hispanic guy for the department once because he was......smart......hilarious .....great with people...Apple certified.....in other words qualified. While I theorized about his ethnic origin when I met him....I didn't care....like the rest of the world. There isnt a problem of racist hiring in the country, there is a problem of not enough diverse applicants in some sectors. Based on my life and many careers....I havent seen any deinclusion or sexism in hiring. I'm not saying it doesn't exist somewhere. It's definitely not the norm. The world is being taken over by millenials who don't live in the real world. They go to school and college having never worked a day in their lives, get a high paying job right out of college and live in fantasy land (and Mommy's house). If they actually worked someplace in the high school and college years, they may have seen some real people and real problems. If they had to earn money and live off it, instead of getting Daddy's credit card in school, they may understand why some people are unable to get an education. Its not directly about race, some people get jobs as soon as they can to help keep the family going and get stuck in the trap. You want more diversity? Create some way for people (low to zero income) to survive while going to school and not having a $200,000 school bill to get a $24,000 a year job. And don't make it impossible with all kinds of crazy enterance exams, requirements, and fees to apply. The business of college in this country is the problem...its designed only for the wealthy and credit worthy. Sure there are programs for lower income, but its not set up for success. Its just there to make everyone feel like its all equal and everyone can get an education....which is crap. I know plenty of people that don't have the luxury of leaving work to go to school. Not everyone can do night schools or learn online. Some people need to be focused and assisted and simply don't have time and energy to work 60 hours a week and go to school. While I am a bit conservative in nature....I think education should be free and open to everyone....not just for the white middle class.