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5 charts that illustrate the current US gender gap

While progress has been made towards pay parity between the sexes, the Institute for Women's Policy Research estimates that it will not be reached until 2059. Image: REUTERS/Catherine Benson

Sonam Sheth

Skye Gould

Senior Graphic Designer, Business Insider

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