THE STATE OF
THE GENDER PAY GAP 2018
The State Of
The Gender Pay Gap In 2018
The gender pay gap persists
The Opportunity Gap
Career Disruption Impacts Wage
Unemployment = Wage Penalty
Career disruptions lower earnings: The longer the gap in unemployment, the greater the penalty
The Unemployment penalty is harder on women.
Since women are more likely than men to take breaks from working, and their breaks are more likely to last longer than a year, they are particularly hurt by the unemployment penalty, which is reflected in the gender pay gap.
Women Leave the Workforce
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