“Certainly, wage growth for women has stalled. The Institute for Women’s Policy Research found that  women’s real median weekly earnings were 81.1 percent of men’s in 2015, down from 82.5 percent in 2014. “In the past ten years (2006 to 2015), the weekly gender wage gap narrowed by just 0.3 percentage points, compared with 6.0 percentage points in the previous ten years [1996 to 2005)] when change was 20 times faster than in the most recent decade,” the researchers found.”

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