Great Analysis Of The Wage Gap

This article from The Regional Economist destroys myths about the gender wage gap, in particular the myths that the gap is related to equal pay for equal work and that it is due to discrimination. From the article: "Is one to take from the numbers presented here that the gender wage gap of 23.5 cents is mostly an illusion, and that gender wage
discrimination is not a serious problem? Well, yes and no. Most of the
gender wage gap is due to factors other than wage discrimination, so it is illusory as an indicator of wage discrimination. Nonetheless, no study has been able to explain it away entirely.

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