The Gender Pay Gap: Faulty Beliefs Perpetuate Inequity

11 July 2019

For the first time in U.S. history, there are more college-educated women than college-educated men in the workforce. According to Pew Research , there are 29.5 million women with at least a bachelor's degree in the workforce, compared to 29.3 million men. However, college-educated women have outnumbered college-educated men since 2007. The number of women in the U.S. workforce has increased 11 percent since 2000 . Why is this important?

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