Mothers earned less than fathers prior to the COVID-19 [...]
Black Women’s Equal Pay Day 2023: No Matter What State They Live In, Black Women Make Less Than White Men
Black Women’s Equal Pay Day is a symbolic commemoration [...]
Black Women Earn Less than White Men in Every State, Will Not Reach Pay Equity with White Men Until 2144, According to a New IWPR Fact Sheet
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 25, 2023 Contact: William Lutz 202-785-5100 [...]
The COVID-19 pandemic and related recession both highlighted and [...]
New IWPR Research: Women Earn Less Than Men in Almost All Occupations, Even in Jobs Commonly Held by Women
On the Eve of Equal Pay Day 2023, the Institute [...]
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Equal Pay Day 2022: Despite wage gains in recent months, women still earn just 83 percent of what men make across most sectors and occupations
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 15, 2022 Contact: William Lutz | [...]
In 2021, women earned just 83.1 percent of what men earned, based on IWPR’s analysis of median weekly earnings for full-time workers.
In year one of COVID-19, the gender wage gap narrowed slightly only for full-time, year-round workers, with women in low-paying jobs bearing the brunt of the crisis. For all workers, the gender gap widened slightly.
Native American and Alaska Native women are paid less than White men in all states with sufficient sample sizes—with little progress towards equity over the last decade.