How Big is the Gender Pay Gap?

The gender pay gap has always existed since data on it was first collected in 1960. Women’s Rights movements fought long and hard to give women the option to enter the workforce and have careers outside their homes and outside the very limited options they’d been traditionally presented with. In 1960, the difference of pay between the genders was $0.61 to a man’s dollar. Over the years, the gap has narrowed but it’s still present. In 2022, women only made $0.84 to the man’s dollar. This timeline created by Qualtrics presents the data each year, and the ups and downs of the gap ever since 1960.

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How Big is the Gender Pay Gap?

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