Rhode Island women earn $10,200 less than men

WOMEN, working full-time in Rhode Island, earn an average of $10,191 less than their male counterparts. /
WOMEN, working full-time in Rhode Island, earn an average of $10,191 less than their male counterparts. /
PROVIDENCE – Full-time employed women in Rhode Island are paid an average of $10,191 less than their male counterparts, according to research conducted by the National Partnership for Women & Families. The research is meant to shed light on the persisting gender-based wage gap on Equal Pay Day on Tuesday, April 12. In Rhode Island,…

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