It’s Equal Pay Day. Women earn 84 cents for every dollar men make — or even less


by Andrea Hsu | NPR

Equal Pay Day has come around again, and it feels a little like Groundhog Day.

Despite the annual reminder about how far into the new year women have to work to earn as much as men made the previous year, the wage gap remains persistent.

Women working full time, year-round earn 84 cents for every dollar men make, inching up from 83.7 cents last year, according to the latest numbers from the Census Bureau.

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By Simona Rosu
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