State of Gender Diversity in Public Relations: The Salary Gap Widens
The White House recently released a report showing that women still only earn about 75 percent of what men earn on the job. I feel disgusted but unsurprised.
Women have earned less than men since the government began tracking these numbers. In 1979, a woman earned 62 cents for every dollar earned by a man. In 2005 and 2006, women earned 81 cents on every dollar earned by men. That was the all-time high!
In the last half decade, we’ve not only failed to make progress on the issue of gendered income inequity — we’ve increased the wage gap between men and women!
Read the entire article at PRSA Diversity.