Most People Don't Think There's a Gender Pay Gap at Work

A study shows that the longer men and women are in the workforce, the less they care about working at a company with a gender pay gap.

It will take 118 years to close the gender pay gap in the workplace, the World Economic Forum predicted last year. Despite its documented existence, however, most American workers don't notice the difference between what men and women make, new research shows. 

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