Pink Collar Work: Gender and Wages in Ohio

October 23, 2002
   

Pink Collar Work: Gender And Wages In Ohio details ways in which the gender wage gap has narrowed and women workers have made income gains over the last two decades. Despite a 10.3 percent increase in Ohio’s median female wage, women still only earn 76 cents to every dollar earned by men and remain more likely to be in poverty-level jobs. The report’s recommendations address policy changes that help bridge the gap between men’s and women’s wages in Ohio.

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