Not Your Mother's Pay Gap
Among executives, women earn more than their male counterparts for doing the same work.
At least that's the implication of new work by George-Levi Gayle, Limor Golan, and Robert Miller of Carnegie Mellon University. In a study tracking career paths of some 16,000 male and female executives, they find that at all levels in the corporate executive hierarchy -- from vice president to chief executive -- women get paid more than men while getting promoted at the same rates.
Handcrafted by Flip on October 8, 2008 |
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