December 11, 2013

Gender Pay Gap Narrows, and Persists

Women overall earn 84% of what men do in median hourly pay, a gap that has narrowed considerably since 1980, when women earned 64% of what men were paid. The narrowing–and persistence–of the gender pay gap are explored in a new Pew Research Center report, which also includes a survey of attitudes about this issue.

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