Iowa State guard Jadda Buckley drives on Baylor University's Niya Johnson during a January 23, 2016, basketball. Photo by Max Goldberg for the Iowa State Daily.

Here’s Who Would Win March Madness Based on Schools’ Gender Pay Gaps

March Madness, the annual NCAA basketball tournament, kicks off this week. But to us, the real madness is that women and people of color still don’t have equal pay in 2017! Read more »

Blog   |   Economic Security   |   March 14, 2017
Latinas in the U.S. are typically paid 53 cents for every dollar paid to white men. Source: U.S. Census Bureau

¿Cómo le gustaría trabajar las mismas horas por la mitad de su sueldo? Esa es la brecha salarial que enfrentan las latinas

Debido a la brecha salarial de género, a las mujeres latinas se les pagan solo el 54 por ciento del sueldo que reciben los hombres blancos no hispanos. Eso significa que las latinas tendrían que trabajar casi un año adicional a tiempo completo para obtener el sueldo que ganarían los hombres blancos este año terminando el 31 de diciembre. Read more »

Blog   |   Economic Security   |   October 31, 2016
Latinas in the U.S. are typically paid 53 cents for every dollar paid to white men. Source: U.S. Census Bureau

¿Cómo le gustaría trabajar las mismas horas por la mitad de su sueldo? Esa es la brecha salarial que enfrentan las latinas

Debido a la brecha salarial de género, a las mujeres latinas se les pagan solo el 54 por ciento del sueldo que reciben los hombres blancos no hispanos. Eso significa que las latinas tendrían que trabajar casi un año adicional a tiempo completo para obtener el sueldo que ganarían los hombres blancos este año terminando el 31 de diciembre. Read more »

Article   |   Economic Security   |   October 31, 2016

To Help End the Pay Gap, Stop Asking New Hires for Salary Histories

Your new employer’s application asks for your salary history. This seems harmless, right? Wrong. This practice perpetuates the wage gap that many women and people of color face. Read more »

Blog   |   Economic Security   |   October 14, 2016
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Latinas Deserve More than 54 Cents to the Dollar! Join the #LatinaEqualPay Day Twitter Storm

Help AAUW mark #LatinaEqualPay Day by joining our November 1 Twitter storm where we’ll explain the gender pay gap, suggest solutions for it, and — with your help — agitate for change. Read more »

Event   |   Economic Security   |   November 1, 2016
The Simple Truth About the Gender Pay Gap research report cover (fall 2018)

The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap

You’ve probably heard that men are paid more than women are paid over their lifetimes. But what does that mean? The Simple Truth about the Gender Pay Gap explains the pay gap in the United States, how it affects women of all ages, races, and education levels, and what you can do to close it. Read more »

Research   |   Economic Security   |   September 15, 2016

Research Indicates Pay Gap Will Not Close for 136 Years

AAUW researchers have determined that it will take more than a century, until 2152, for the pay gap to close. Read more »

Article   |   Economic Security   |   September 13, 2016

If You Think Black Women Deserve More than 63 Cents to the Dollar, Join the #BlackWomensEqualPay Day Twitter Storm

  Time: 2–3 p.m. ET Location: On Twitter! Follow @AAUW, @AAUWPolicy, and hashtag #BlackWomensEqualPay Cost: Free Event Description Would you like to work eight extra months just to get paid the same […] Read more »

Event   |   Economic Security   |   August 23, 2016
It typically takes working mothers 5 extra months to be paid what working fathers are paid in just one year.

At Work, Dads Get a Bonus, but Moms Get a Penalty. What Gives?

Each May, families honor the special women in their lives on Mother’s Day. Yet after all the praise we heap on moms, did you know that many face barriers in the workforce? Read more »

Blog   |   Economic Security   |   May 06, 2016

How We’re Pushing for Equal Pay

Check out how AAUW members and supporters have taken action to help close the pay gap once and for all. Read more »

Blog   |   Economic Security   |   1 Comments   |   April 20, 2016