Workforce and Employment

Young women are out-earning young men in several US cities

Young women are out-earning young men in 22 cities in the US. Image: UNSPLASH/Christina@wocintechchat.com

Richard Fry

Senior Researcher, Pew Research Center

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In the New York and Washington metro areas, young women earn 102% of what young men earn. Image: Pew Research Center
These US cities are where young women earn the most and the least, relative to their male counterparts. Image: Pew Research Center
There is a 93% gender earnings gap in the US. Image: Pew Research Center
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