By Clayton Henkel & Chris Fitzsimon

The Institute for Women’s Policy Research’s M.A. Research Associate, Julie Anderson, was interviewed about The Status of Women in the South report. She discussed key findings and went into depth about North Carolina’s ranking.

“[In North Carolina] women earn 87.5% of what men earn,” Anderson explained, “so that is both above the Southern average and the U.S. average… The wage gap is better there I think because [the urban areas] are drawing highly educated women.”

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