Gender pay gap continues despite women having more degrees, buying more homes
The number of single women in the United States is at an all-time high.
They graduate from college more often than men and are buying more homes than men.
Despite these statistics, women still make less money in comparison.
We will look at how women are still able to have a big influence on the economy, why they are not seeing marriage as a necessity to reach their financial goals and what can be done to close the gender pay gap.
- Abha Bhattarai, economics correspondent and reporter for The Washington Post
- Shannon Seery, Wells Fargo economist
- Joyce Chen, economist and Ohio State professor
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