Women continue to make less than men, but the gap in equal pay is wider for women of color.

If the wage gap keeps narrowing at the pace it has been the last 50 years, Black women will not catch up to white men until the year 2124 (that’s 107 years from now), Hispanics until 2248, and white women until 2056 according to an analysis by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research.

Women make up 57 percent of the work force. The Department of Labor reports women working full time made 79.6 percent of men’s earnings in 2015, or 79.6 cents of every dollar a white man made — an increase of 19.4 percent compared to 1980.

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