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Salesforce Chief Equality Officer Tony Prophet.

Salesforce is applying an incredibly simple data strategy to address the gender gap

Salesforce gives leaders of a team of 30 or more people a scorecard to track how often they promote and hire women.
Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, and Jennifer Lawrence starred in the Oscar-winning 2013 comedy "American Hustle."

11 of the most alarming examples of Hollywood’s gender pay gap

According to Forbes, the top 10 highest-paid actresses in 2018 earned less than 30 cents for ever dollar earned by their male counterparts.

This chart shows the gender pay gap extends all the way to the top of the corporate ladder

Recruiters for top-level executive positions tend to make more generous offers to male executives than to female executives.
There is still a big gender gap in medicine.

6 maps that show how far doctors have to go to close the gender pay gap

The gender gap is unfortunately alive and well in the field of medicine.
Sadie Samuels, a lobster fisher in Rockport, Maine.

We tracked the salaries of men and women in 25 major US cities, and the chart revealed some startling pay gaps

In 2017, American women earned approximately 19.3% less than their male colleagues. But that percentage varies widely by race and location.
Activists hold women's strike and rally in NYC for International Women's Day in March, 2008.

Here’s how much male and female American workers earn at every age

A gender pay gap exists at all ages, with the median male worker earning more than the median female worker.
Protestors at the Women's March on Washington, January 21, 2017.

6 charts that show the glaring gap between men and women’s salaries

The gender pay gap is still huge. These charts illustrate the discrepancies based on race, age, location, and more.

Women in Singapore earn 87 cents for every S$1 earned by men, Glassdoor’s gender pay study reveals

The study of eight nations found that Singapore’s adjusted gender pay gap is on par with the US and UK.
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Your salary may peak sooner than you think if you’re a woman in the US

Women's wages tend to peak at age 41, according to PayScale. But men's wages typically don't stop growing until a decade later.