Wage gap

Analysts studied the salaries of workers in 36 agencies managed by mayoral appointees, breaking down the data by agency, base salary, job title, race, gender, and ethnicity.
A new study revealed that the pay gap between full-time working men and women has yet to close.
Black women earn 34 cents less than their white male peers statewide, and 37 cents less nationwide. In the city, however, they earn an average of 43 cents less.
It's an effort to close the city's racial and gender salary gaps.
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