The Gender Pay Gap in the US: the «simple truth»

In 2013 women working full time in the United States typically were paid just 78 percent of what men were paid, a gap of 22 percent. The gap has narrowed since the 1970s, due largely to women’s progress in education and workforce participation and to men’s wages rising at a slower rate. But progress has stalled in recent years, and the pay gap does not appear likely to go away on its own. A report of the American Association of University Women tries to empower the AAUW members and other advocates with the facts and resources they need to tell the simple truth about the pay gap.…/2…/02/The-Simple-Truth_Spring-2015.pdf

Tuesday, September 1, 2015