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Protestors at the Women's March on Washington, January 21, 2017.

7 charts that show the glaring gap between men and women’s salaries in the US

The gender pay gap is still huge. These charts illustrate the discrepancies based on race, age, location, and more.
Black women earn 61 cents for every dollar a white man makes.

Black women in the US have to work an extra 233 days to earn what a white man earns in a year. This calendar shows the visceral way the gender pay gap...

Black women earned just 61 cents for every dollar white men made in 2017, according to wage data from the Census Bureau.

The 20 highest-paying jobs for women

If you want one of the highest-paying jobs for women, a job in healthcare may be the way to go.
There is still a big gender gap in medicine.

6 maps that show how far doctors have to go to close the gender pay gap

The gender gap is unfortunately alive and well in the field of medicine.

Car insurance rates are going up for women across the US — here’s where they pay more than men

Car insurance rates are often gender-based. In 2018, women paid more for car insurance in 25 states, while men paid more in 21 states.
Sadie Samuels, a lobster fisher in Rockport, Maine.

We tracked the salaries of men and women in 25 major US cities, and the chart revealed some startling pay gaps

In 2017, American women earned approximately 19.3% less than their male colleagues. But that percentage varies widely by race and location.

It’s Equal Pay Day — and the wage gap is better than everyone thinks

Opinion: Tuesday is Equal Pay Day. It's worth taking a deeper look at the data to find out what it means.
Sadie Samuels, a lobster fisher in Rockport, Maine.

One map shows how much more money men make than women in every US state

On Equal Pay Day, Americans are reminded that women earn 80% of what men make. But that disparity can vary widely depending on the location.
You won't have to answer questions about your previous salary in these cities and states.

9 places in the US where job candidates may never have to answer the dreaded salary question again

Cities and states in the US are banning employers from asking for candidates' salary history, as part of an effort to eliminate the gender wage gap.
To close the gender wage gap, we'll need to shift the way we approach work.

Equal pay for equal work is not the way to close the gender pay gap

While some women do receive lower pay for equal work, that's not the main culprit for the gender pay gap. It's something far more insidious.