New Female Grads Earn Far Less Than Male Peers (Psychology Today)

A new report by the American Association of University Women has found that, on average, females one year out of college and working full-time earn nearly $8,000 less than their male counterparts, Psychology Today reports. This is despite the two genders being more or less equal — both are unlikely to be married, have relatively little work experience and typically have no caregiving responsibilities.

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