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Wage Gap Men vs. Women

The wage gap between men and women may start as soon as new college grads collect their first paycheck.  A new study by the American Association of University Women says among recent college graduates full time working women earn 82% of what their male peers do. One year after college, the average salary for men is $42,918.  For women it's $35,296.  That's nearly a $8,000 difference.

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