Currently, Black women make $0.62 cents to the dollar compared to white men. Latinas make $0.55 cents, Native American women make $0.60 cents, and Asian American women make $0.90 cents in the same comparison, according to analysis of 2019 U.S. Census data from Equal Pay Today.
On average, full-time working women in the U.S. make $0.82 cents compared to all men in the U.S.
"When people hear 82 cents on the dollar, they might think, 'Well, that's only 18 cents less,' but over a lifetime, that adds up," Andrea Johnson, director of state policy for workplace justice at the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC), says. Analysis from the NWLC estimates that over a 40-year career, Black women lose $946,120 and Latinas lose $1,121,440 because of the wage gap. (Yes, million.) Read more...More about Equal Pay, Wage Gap, Gender Wage Gap, Social Good, and Identities
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