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May 29, 2012

Economy: Economic News, Policy & Analysis - The Washington Post: Women’s pay increases faster than men’s...until they hit age 30

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Women's pay increases faster than men's...until they hit age 30
May 29th 2012, 17:30

The gender pay gap starts early: 22-year-old women earn, on average, $8,900 less than their male counterparts for jobs that typically require a bachelor's degree, according to Payscale, a salary-data collection service. Early on in their careers, however, women have a little bit of headway in playing catchup: The percentage growth in their pay is slightly higher than men's pay growth throughout their twenties. By age 30, they still earn $14,300 less than men, but their pay raises up until that point had been higher than men's, in percentage terms.

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