Google has revealed its workforce demographics for the first time, revealing a less-than-diverse company culture. Google's disclosure of the demographics shows few minorities and female employees. African-Americans make up just 2% of its workforce, Hispanics 3% and women 30%, according to the company. In a blog post, Google cites reasons for its struggle to recruit and retain women and minorities. Google says that women earn roughly 18% of all computer science degrees in the United States, and that blacks and Hispanics make up under 10% of U.S. college grads and collect fewer than 5% of degrees in CS major, respectively. Google says it's "miles" from where it wants to be in terms of diversity.