Based on today’s full-time, year-round wage gap, Latinas entering the workforce now stand to lose $1,218,000 over the course of a 40-year career compared to white, non-Hispanic men. Latinas’ “lifetime wage gap” exists in every state across the country—and Latinas’ career losses based on today’s wage gap would amount to more than $1 million in 39 states, including California, where they lost over $2 million.