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Wall Street Women Seen Paid Less Than Men as Bias Endures

More than half of U.S. financial-services employees responding to a survey said they think women are paid less than their male counterparts as gender and age bias persist on Wall Street.

Almost nine out of 10 women polled reported that men in equivalent positions received more pay, while 51 percent of men agreed, according to the survey released yesterday by eFinancialCareers. A third of women, who made up 30 percent of total respondents, said they’ve been discriminated against because of their gender, the job-search website operator said.