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The student debt problem hit a depressing milestone in 2018.

9 ways student debt is one more thing that’s worse for women than men

The student-loan debt crisis is hitting women hard. They carry most of the nation's student debt, and it takes them longer than men to repay it.
College-educated women outnumber men for the first time ever.

Women now outnumber men in the college-educated workforce. They still get paid less.

More women held at least a bachelor's degree than men in the first quarter of 2019, according to the Pew Research Center.

Women earn 60% of bachelor’s degrees, but leave college with $2,700 more student debt than men

Women graduate with $2,700 more student debt than men, according to a new report by the American Association of University Women.
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.
Protestors at the Women's March on Washington, January 21, 2017.

6 charts that show the glaring gap between men and women’s salaries

The gender pay gap is still huge. These charts illustrate the discrepancies based on race, age, location, and more.

The gender wage gap strikes every age group, but it’s especially hard on older women

The gender wage gap is largest for workers in their late 50s.

Women in Singapore earned 87.5% of what men earned in 2018 – the largest gender wage gap in 10 years

The top three industries with the widest wage gaps were health and social services, financial and insurance services, and information and communications.

The global gender gap will take more than 100 years to close — here are the countries with the highest and lowest gender gap around the world

The WEF's survey shows that Iceland has the lowest gender gap, while the highest gap is in the civil war stricken state of Yemen.
IGNITION 2017 attendees.

Top 10 reasons to attend IGNITION 2018

Ten reasons Business Insider’s IGNITION conference is a must-attend event this December.
Cindy Robbins is the president and chief people officer of Salesforce.

IGNITION 2018: Learn from Cindy Robbins, who helped persuade Marc Benioff to fix the gender pay gap at Salesforce

At IGNITION 2018, hear more about what Salesforce, Cindy Robbins, and Marc Benioff have done to correct the $8.7 million wage gap and what the company's efforts mean for the rest of the tech industry.