Women have made many career gains in recent years. But they still don't earn as much as men do.
Women earned 76.5 cents for each dollar men did in 2012. Men working full time earned median annual earnings of $49,398 in comparison to women who earned $37,791, according to a U.S. Census Bureau Report released on September 17 and contained in an article by Brenda Cronin in the September 18 Wall Street Journal.
"I don't think this is fair. Women often work as a hard or harder than men. Something needs to change," said Janet Stanton.