Women's Equal Pay 45 Years Away

After a hundred years of suffrage, demand for equal rights, and sexual liberation women will still not get paid the same as men for another half century says the US Census Bureau.

As it stands today, women take home 77 cents for every buck men earned last year. In 1960 women took home 66 cents for every buck the men garnered.

The Institute for Women's Policy research (IWPR) predicts the gender wage gap won't close until most of today's employed women are retired - and really there is nothing to indicate the gap will ever close.

Heidi Hartmann, president of IWPR says the wage gap has gotten worse since her organization began gathering statistics.

Given Obama's long and deep recession women have gotten more jobs than men because they're paid less, ironically. But most of those jobs are low quality and dead-end.

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