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Will The Gender Pay Gap Get Smaller?

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 4:17
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from the St Louis Fed

– this post authored by Charles Gascon, Regional Economist, and Lowell Ricketts, Lead Analyst

In the early 1980s, the earnings gap for women was 63 percent. That is, real median annual earnings for a man working full-time were about $52,000, while median earnings for a woman were about $33,000, or about 63 percent of what a man earned.[1]

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