Do You Earn More Than The Average Millennial In Your State?
By: Maggie Mertens
It’s official: The gender wage gap still exists, even for Millennials. According to a recent report by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, female Millennials are making less than their male counterparts in all but one state. In the U.S., from 2011 to 2013, the median annual salary for Millennial women, defined here as those between the ages of 16 to 34 in 2013, was $31,069, while men in the same group earned $35,000 — meaning women earned 89 cents for every dollar earned by men.