Boys’ Club Image Overturned by Rise of Women Currency Traders

Compensation remains a difficult subject for women in all industries. Women today are being paid the average wage men earned almost a decade ago, and it will take 118 years before men and women earn equal pay at the current rate of convergence, according to a World Economic Forum report published in November. The average U.S. woman earns about $430,000 less than her male counterparts over the course of her career, according to an analysis by the National Women’s Law Center, a non-profit advocacy group.