Gender Wage Gap Between Grads

5:21 PM, Oct 24, 2012   |    comments
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WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA) --  A new study shows there's a tremendous wage gap between female and male college graduates.

The American Association of University Women says among recent grads, women earn $8,000 less than men.

Their average salary adds up to $35,296.  While the average earnings for men is $42,918. 

The Simple Truth About the Gender Pay Gap

The AAUW data covers women and men who worked full time and had been out of college for one year.

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