In One Chart: This is when American women will finally be paid as much as men

Wages are stagnant for American workers — and so is the gender wage gap.

Bad news for “A Day Without A Woman:” The gender wage gap is closing at a glacial pace. The gender wage ratio improved slightly to 79.6% in 2015 from 78.6% in 2014, according to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau, a change not regarded as statistically significant. The gender pay gap, which the Census Bureau has tracked since 1960, means women have to work about three months more per year to earn what men earned. But neither men nor women have seen a significant increase in their earnings over the last seven years.

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