Women’s Work

Full-time working women earned 76.5 cents for every dollar earned by men in 2012, virtually unchanged from 2011. Interestingly, pay gaps are narrowing for all but the youngest. Women 25 to 44 earned 80 cents, up from 74 cents in 1993. Similarly women 45 to 64 earned 73 cents up from 61 cents in 1993. Female college graduates 25-29 earn 86 cents. The bigger problem, women dominate poor paying jobs.

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