Gender Inequality

The US gender pay-gap is bigger than first thought

Personal finance advisers have the widest gender gap of all professions, with women making just 61.3% of what their male counterparts do Image: REUTERS/Stephanie Strasburg

Ellen Wulfhorst

Chief Correspondent of the Americas, Thompson Reuters Foundation

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