The pay gap between male and female workers in the U.S., though it decreased briefly in 2011 with women making a whopping 82.2 percent of what men earned (thanks, dudes! Extra shopping ca$h, amirite?), widened again in 2012, most likely because The Recession but also because Old Dudes Don't Want Us Making Money. In 2012, women earned 80.9 percent of of what men earned. But here's the flip side to the shitty problem that should have been solved, like, forever ago: A bunch of cities have ALMOST equal pay for women. Yipee!
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