U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee: Women and the Economy 2010
Congress's Joint Economic Committee finds that women's political activity over the past 25 years correlates to their business success.
Women make up half of all American workers, and more than half of all American women are part of the country's work force. Women's educational attainment is higher than that of men's, and families increasingly depend on working women's incomes.
Despite the strides women have made in business, challenges persist. The average full-time working woman earns 80 cents to a man's dollar. Some industries remain gender-segregated. And millions of women must balance a full-time workload with family care responsibilities.
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