De-gigging the Gender Pay Gap

Nancy Levit, a law professor at UMKC, tells Forbes that responding to the gender pay gap should be an issue of institutional, rather than individual, responsibility.

The gender pay gap is alive and well. Women’s median annual earnings are almost $10,000 less per year than men’s. And the gender gap between the wages of new college graduates has grown since 2000. Law Professor Nancy Levit says the situation requires broader, systemic solutions. Read the story.

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Published: Dec 8, 2019

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