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Maryland women earn 86% what men do: second highest rate in U.S.

the MintLife blog curated some interesting details on how those differences break down by state, putting Maryland ahead of the curve, but decidedly still behind.

Gender disparity in wages — because of bias, work-life balance and field preferences — have been an issue of contention for years.
But the MintLife blog curated some interesting details on how those differences break down by state, putting Maryland ahead of the curve, but decidedly still behind.
In addition to looking at gender differences in wage by industry and age, you can can judge it by state.
5. Rhode Island – women earn 85 cents for every dollar earned by men
4. California – women earn 85 cents for every dollar earned by men
3. Nevada – women earn 85 cents for every dollar earned by men
2. Maryland – women earn 86 cents for every dollar earned by men
1. Vermont – women earn 87 cents for every dollar earned by men
[MintLife]

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