Economic Policy Institute
BAZAAR.com (Harper's Bazaar)
The New York Times
Working women in New Jersey could soon have one of the nation's strongest laws guaranteeing pay equity after lawmakers moved Monday to pass a measure that would ban employers from paying them less than men for "substantially similar work."
Center for American Progress
"Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, which observes the amount of time it takes the average black woman to earn the same pay that the average white man earns in one calendar year." Black women only make 60 percent of what white male counterparts make. This is a clear example of the importance of race and gender in determining salary.
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President Obama, in his State of the Union address, proposed many items that are on organized labor's wish list, including paid leave, minimum wage and pay equity.