Twitter's staff looks just like that of other tech companies: overwhelmingly male and white.
Overall, only 3 in 10 employees there are women and 59% of its workforce is white.
"We have a lot of work to do," the company said in a blog post.
The lack of diversity is even more apparent on the management team, where 79% is male and 72% is white. When it comes to Twitter's employees doing technology-specific work only 1 in 10 are women.
The company posted the statistics Wednesday after Google (Tech30), , Facebook (Tech30) and , Yahoo (Tech30) released extremely , similar reports over the past two months. Between 60% and 70% of the workforce at those companies are also male and more than half are white.
Twitter (Tech30) employs about 2,700 employees, fewer than the other three companies. ,
Findings show their workforces do not reflect of the nation's overall population, which is about 63% white, 17% Hispanic, 13% African American and 5% Asian, according the Census Bureau. And the Labor Department reports that women make up 49% of those with jobs.