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I just read an article over the weekend in American Mensa that briefly spoke to this topic (I can't claim membership...my husband is the Mensa member). I'll try to find it to quote the article exactly, but the basic message was that women earn more than men if you compare exact job duties (about 114% to 100% female to male).

We compensation professionals know that numbers can often be what "you" want them to be.

Kelly, by all means come back and share the source of the study. Many can use it in the profession.

Stephanie, another great blog! Thank you so much!

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