USA Today race baiting comparing black women’s lower salaries to higher salaries of white non hispanic men – without controlling for actual jobs, time employed, positions held, overtime done, experience etc

Aug 12, 2020

Black women in the United States who work full time, year-round are typically paid just 62 cents for every dollar paid to white, non-Hispanic men — and that number has not budged in the last 25 years.

For women overall, the wage gap stands at 82 cents for every dollar paid to men.

This wage gap costs Black women $23,653 a year, according to a new analysis by the National Women’s Law Center. Over a 40-year-career, the wage gap translates to a staggering $946,120.

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