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(Bloomberg) — LinkedIn Corp. said it has more work to do in creating a diverse workforce, increasing the spotlight on the composition of technology companies.

The professional social-networking service today released data showing that 61 percent of its more than 5,400 employees are male, while 91 percent of U.S. employees are white or Asian. The disclosure follows one from Google Inc. last month, when the world’s largest search engine said just 30 percent of its 50,000 employees are women, while 91 percent are white or Asian.

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