New data released from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for 2012 reveals that among part-time workers, women actually make slightly more money than men do. But when it comes to full-time work, they're still behind.
Men who work part-time are also typically younger than the women who do the same. For full and part-time work, women are more likely to work in "professional" occupations like education and healthcare, where they make less money than men working in computer-related fields like software engineering.
Age makes a difference as well; among younger workers ages 16 to 34, women make roughly 90% what men do. But women older than that make much less, around 75% of what men take in. As the BLS notes and as we've seen before, the wage gap has gotten smaller since 1979, indicating not that the age gap widens with age but that is dissipating with each generation.