R.I. gender wage gap smaller than U.S. avg., 2nd largest in N.E.

WOMEN MADE 18 cents less per dollar than men in Rhode Island in 2016. / COURTESY NATIONAL PARTNERSHIP FOR WOMEN AND FAMILIES
WOMEN MADE 18 cents less per dollar than men in Rhode Island in 2016. / COURTESY NATIONAL PARTNERSHIP FOR WOMEN AND FAMILIES
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island had the No. 20 smallest gender pay gap in the nation, with women in the Ocean State earning 82 cents for every dollar earned by men, according to a report from the American Association of University Women Monday, which has been designated Equal Pay Day. The average yearly male salary in…
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