Where Women May Wait More Than 100 Years to Close the Wage Gap
March 12, 2015
Women are closing the pay gap with men–slowly. Very slowly.
A new report from the Institute for Women’s Policy Research examines trends in women’s employment and earnings and finds that in a handful of states, a woman born today isn’t likely to see wage equality in her lifetime. In Wyoming, for example, the group’s projections suggest a 144-year wait.