Intel's annual salary is classified as 12 tiers (not evenly divided), the highest is $208k a year (about 1.45m yuan) and above, and the lowest is $19k (about 130,000 people) and below.
This chart shows the income of different genders and ethnic groups. The blue area on the left indicates male employees of various ethnic groups, while the yellow part indicates female employees. The junction of the two is a white line.
Starting with the \"63K-80K \"column, the proportion of women is a fraction less for each higher income. The white lines of the gender transition became stair-like, reaching the highest income level, where only 25% were women.
Quantum bits are calculated on the basis of the original table. Other ethnic groups account for only about 11% of the overall workforce. This suggests that a large number of other ethnic employees are in the middle and low income bracket.
Twenty-six percent of the top earners are white males. They were followed by Asian male, white female, native American-Indian male and Hispanic male. These people make up 93% of the high income level.
Among executives,11 out of 21W were women. Compared with the same period in another Intel report, the proportion of female workers was 26%. It seems that the gender ratio of executives is basically balanced.
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