Wage Gap Shrinks In Science And Tech

Men comprise three-quarters of employment in science, technology, engineering and math, and earn 14 cents more on the dollar than their female colleagues. But that's still better than the overall wage gap of 21 cents, as the Commerce Department pointed out when it released the data yesterday. » 8/04/11 10:00am 8/04/11 10:00am

A Visual Analysis Of The Crappy Wage Gap

Happy Equal Pay Day! Let's, um, "celebrate" the wage gap with some visual ways to understand what it is and why it exists. You can also check out Marlo Thomas's take on the progress from her 59-cent pin, and how far we still have to go. Or you can watch it put to song, Gaga style. » 4/12/11 2:45pm 4/12/11 2:45pm

Chamber Of Commerce Backs Off From Women's "Fetish For Money"

Despite generally being wrong about many things, a top official at the U.S. Chamber Of Commerce is rightfully apologizing for a blog post on their site accusing people concerned about pay inequality of having a "fetish for money." » 8/20/10 11:49am 8/20/10 11:49am