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IWPR Publication

Still a Man's Labor Market: The Long-Term Earnings Gap
by Heidi Hartmann, Ph.D., Stephen Rose (February 2004)

Many argue that women’s prospects in the labor market have steadily increased and that any small remaining gap in earnings between women and men is not significant. They see the remaining differences as resulting from women’s own choices. Others believe that with women now graduating from college at a higher rate than men and with the economy continuing its shift toward services, work and earnings differences between women and men may disappear entirely.

#C355, Report, 46 pages
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