US Pay Rates For Men And Women: Myths Debunked

How to lie with statistics:  “Women earn only 80% of what men are paid” (per the AAUW among other sources).  But when you adjust the data to match the realities of the workplace, the gender wage gap is much smaller, often just 1% or 2%, and varies from profession to profession.  Further, the data shows that professional women’s rates of pay growth typically EXCEED those of men up to age 30, which is the average age when women take temporary or permanent leave of the workforce to have children.  

The statistics in the following article are worth a look, just so you can better combat the feminist propaganda progressive women spout at every given opportunity.

Do Men Really Earn More Than Women?

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3 Responses to US Pay Rates For Men And Women: Myths Debunked

    • SafeSpace says:

      vonM: Thank you for this link! I missed the totally obvious point that, in a free market economy, employers would ALWAYS hire equally skilled labor that is available at a 20% discount. D’uh!

  1. Hardnox says:

    Facts are such stubborn things. Too bad the Left can’t read.