Women who work full-time on average make about 81 percent of what men make, taking into account the fact that women tend to work less overtime and have lower-paying jobs.
By Gretchen Frazee
The players allege they have been subject to ongoing "institutionalized gender discrimination," including unequal pay, despite having the same job responsibilities as players on the men's national team.
By Anne M. Peterson, Associated Press
In "Red Sparrow," Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence plays a Russian ballerina-turned-agent forced into a brutal and sexually violent world. But aside from a timely Russian-focused storyline, the film touches on issues of gender and power imbalances that Lawrence has not…
By PBS NewsHour
The U.S. women’s national soccer team ratified a new five-year collective bargaining agreement Tuesday following a bitter yearlong dispute over demands for equal pay.
By Dave Berndtson
By Teresa Wiltz, Stateline
Male state workers earn more than their female counterparts in many states, including California, Idaho, Maryland and Texas.
By Ariane Hegewisch
Earlier this week, Gov. Charlie Baker of Massachusetts signed an equal pay law that is the most comprehensive statutory attempt yet to address gender pay inequality in the country.
By Joshua Barajas
And what still needs work.
By Nick Corcodilos
There is only one thing a woman should have to do to get paid as much as a man: her job.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is expanding a data collection program aimed at ferreting out abuses of equal pay laws.
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