MBA Gender Pay Gap: An Industry Breakdown

The pay gap has widened even in nonfinance-related fields such as information technology. Photograph by Jetta/Gallery Stock

Women MBAs graduating from top business schools have fallen behind their male counterparts in pay over the past decade, with female graduates now earning 93¢ for every dollar paid their male classmates, a nickel less than a decade ago. Perhaps even more concerning is how glaring that widening pay gap becomes when it is broken down by gender and industry.

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