During March — Women’s History Month — numerous headlines announced new studies about the gender wage gap. A report found that young women in 22 cities, including New York and Los Angeles, earn the same as, or even more than men; another report found that women’s workforce participation during the pandemic was not as severe as originally portrayed; and a third found that, when a married mother earns more than her husband, that she takes on a larger amount of housework.
Naomi R. Cahn, Updates On The Gendered Wage Gap – And Covid-19, Forbes (March 31, 2022).
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