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Vermont gender pay gap lowest in US

According to a recent study by the National Women’s Law Center, Vermont has the narrowest gender wage gap in the country.

Compared to the average U.S. gender wage gap of $0.18, Vermont has an average wage gap of $0.09 where women make $.91 cents for every $1 a man makes. Women average a median salary of $46,616 and men make a median salary of $51,212 per year.

Following Vermont are Hawaii and Maryland, both states with an average gender wage gap of $0.11. At the bottom are Utah and Wyoming where women average more than $.30 cents less.

Republished from the July 1 Sun Community News

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  1. The gender wage gap is another fallacious Socialist construct.

    “Statistics are like a bikini. What they reveal is interesting. But what they conceal is essential.”

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