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Mon April 8, 2013
Wages in Michigan still aren't equal between men and women
If you are a working woman in Michigan, you will average 73 cents for every dollar made by a man, according to a study recently released by the American Association of University Women.
Michigan women rank seventh among the states and Washington D.C. in the wage gap between men and women, but what does that mean? What is it about Michigan that might lead to this gap?
And, as Michigan becomes a Right to Work state, what effect will that have on the wage gap?
Michigan Radio's Cynthia Canty was joined by the President of the American Association of University Women in Michigan, Janet Watkins.
Watkins explained the study, and addressed the effect of the gender wage gap among varying industries and ethnicities throughout the state of Michigan.
You can get more information about Equal Pay Day at www.aauwmi.org.
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