Young, Single Women Earning More Than Men

The earning gap between men and women has long been a sore spot for Western economies. In the U.S., for example, men earn 20% more than women, on average. But a new generation of working women are banking more than their mothers ever dreamed, and therefore slowly closing the wealth gap. According to a new research from Reach Advisors, a consumer research firm, on average women between the ages of 22 and 30 are earning eight percent more than their male peers...
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