Law and Finance The Worst Jobs For Women?

The gender-wage gap closed every so slightly between 2013 and 2014. But new Census data shows that with few exceptions, the two fields with the widest gender pay gaps—law and finance—made almost no progress in improving wages for their female employees. The gap among all American workers now stands at 79.5%, the data show, an improvement from 78.8% in 2013. Financial analysts made the most progress, narrowing their pay gap 23.6 percentage points to 86.9%, the most among all occupations. The 2014 gap for all legal occupations was 51.6%, while the average among the widest-gapped positions in finance was 59.7%

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