150 years since Susan B. Anthony advocated for equal pay in 1868, women are still earning less than men. In the United States, full-time female employees earn 79 cents to every dollar earned by male employees, resulting in a gender pay gap of 21 percent. According to the latest figures available from Eurostat, the average gender pay gap in the European Union is slightly less at around 16 percent, but with a significant amount of variation between member states (e.g. Estonia has the starkest gender pay gap at 28 percent, while Slovenia has the smallest at 3 percent. France is closer to the EU average, with a pay gap of around 15 percent.) The reasons behind why the gender pay gap per...
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