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Mónica Ramirez and Beatriz Acevedo.

Today is Latina Equal Pay Day. Investing in Latinas is crucial for fixing the pay gap — and improving the country.

November 20 is the day that Latina workers catch up to how much white men earned in 2018 — almost an entire calendar year later.
Salesforce, Google, and LinkedIn are all good places for women to work.

The 25 best companies for women to work at, ranked

Job-listing hub InHerSight based its list on equal pay, family support policies, and female representation in leadership.
College-educated women outnumber men for the first time ever.

Women now outnumber men in the college-educated workforce. They still get paid less.

More women held at least a bachelor's degree than men in the first quarter of 2019, according to the Pew Research Center.

The US women’s soccer team now makes more revenue than the men’s. Female players say they still earn $100,000 less a year.

Women's games brought in $50.8 million from 2016 to 2018 from mostly ticket sales. Men's games made $49.9 million in the same time frame.

Women worldwide are nearly as vulnerable as men to the robot takeover of jobs

Between 40 million to 160 million women could lose their jobs to automation, according to McKinsey's new report,'The future of women at work.'
Ellen Pompeo said at one point her co-star Patrick Dempsey got paid double what she did.

Ellen Pompeo said she almost quit ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ after learning Patrick Dempsey was paid double what she was

Ellen Pompeo said the" Grey's Anatomy" set used to be "toxic" and that her co-star Patrick Dempsey had once been paid nearly double her salary.

Women earn 60% of bachelor’s degrees, but leave college with $2,700 more student debt than men

Women graduate with $2,700 more student debt than men, according to a new report by the American Association of University Women.
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.
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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.