Access to Paid Sick Days by Race/Ethnicity/Gender Groups Note: Sample includes adults aged 18 and older working in the for-profit and non-profit private sector (excludes self-employed). Source: 2009 National Health Interview Survey, Person and Sample Adult File Access to Paid Sick Days by Gender, by [...]
Today, the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) released national estimates of access to paid sick days across lines of race/ethnicity and gender, using data on private sector employees from the 2009 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS).
"At the current rate of change, it will take until 2056 for the median annual earnings of men and women to reach parity, according to new research from the Institute for Women's Policy Research. The report, released today in honor of the 100th anniversary of [...]
"I testified in support of paid sick days as a retired insurance company actuary and business executive. Paid sick days are an important health care benefit. They also make good business sense. The Institute for Women's Policy Research studies show that the gross costs will [...]
New research from the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) shows that it will take until 2056 for women and men’s earnings to reach pay parity—if the wage gap continues to close at the same pace it has for the last fifty years.
" Of course for women in America, it's not all rosy. A new projection by the Institute For Women's Policy Research for NBC News shows women won't make the same salaries as men until 2056. In the Fortune 500, there are still only 15 female [...]