State by State Comparisons

Based on today’s wage gap, white, non-Hispanic women would lose $527,440 over the course of a 40-year career compared to white, non-Hispanic men. White, non-Hispanic women’s “lifetime wage gap” exists across the country:  in every state, white, non-Hispanic women’s career losses based on today’s wage gap would amount to one-quarter of a million dollars or more—and in 26 states white, non-Hispanic women’s career losses would amount to more than half a million dollars.

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Published On: March 30, 2020Associated Issues: Equal Pay & the Wage GapMeasuring the Wage GapWorkplace
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