Pinterest released its annual diversity report for 2018 Monday, and it followed the same theme as similar endeavors from other tech companies: We’ve made progress, but “we still have a long way to go.”
The company met two of its three hiring goals for 2018 and just missed the third.
Its goal was to increase hiring rates for people from underrepresented ethnic backgrounds in non-engineering roles to 12 percent, and the company exceeded that goal and reached 14 percent.
And the company met its goal of boosting hiring rates for full-time female engineers to 25 percent, hitting the number on the nose.
Pinterest said it ended 2018 with women making up 47 percent of the company, up from 45 percent at the end of 2017, adding that 30 percent of its tech employees are women, up slightly from 29 percent the previous year.
The company also touted the C-suite additions of chief operating officer Francoise Brougher and chief marketing officer Andréa Mallard in 2018.