Women reach their earnings peak 11 years before men and are paid $35,000 less, survey shows

13 June 2019

Women reach their peak earning potential some 11 years before men and earn a salary almost $35,000 lower than their male counterparts, a new study has found . The report, conducted by salary site PayScale, found that the typical university-educated woman in the U.S. sees her career earnings peak when she is 44 years old, earning an average of $66,700. That compares to men who achieve their earnings peak at the age of 55 — 11 years later — with a median of $101,200.

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