Millennial women are losing ground in U.S. race for equal pay

MILLENIAL WOMEN MADE just under 89 cents on a man’s dollar in 2016, down from a high of 92 cents in 2011. / BLOOMBERG
MILLENIAL WOMEN MADE just under 89 cents on a man’s dollar in 2016, down from a high of 92 cents in 2011. / BLOOMBERG
NEW YORK - Women between 25 and 34 years old are slipping when it comes to pay equality with men, data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show. In that age group, of mostly millennials, women made just under 89 cents on a man’s dollar in 2016, down from a high of 92 cents in…

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