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Published on 1/24/2014
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According to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau, women earned 77 cents for every dollar men earned, in 2012.  This gender gap in wages has been debated loudly by politicians, but as they debate/argue about this issue, women have been working very hard with no change in sight.

In addition to earning just 77 cents on the dollar compared to their male counterparts, women are also trailing behind men in the slow re-employment dilemma, following the greatest economic recession of our time. 

The data further showed that in 2012 the annual median earnings of working women in the United State was $37,791, while working men had median annual income of $49,398, over the same period. That is a gap of approximately $12,000. What is also alarming about this data is that this income disparity trend can be traced back as far a 2007. This means that there have been discussions about this issue for a very long time.

We should also be disappointed by this information that the Census Bureau reported, especially when the problem can be fixed with some bold move by a collective effort. It is also clear that there is no appetite in Washington D.C. amongst politicians to do something about this, especially because legislatures seems to be only interested in winning the next election and keeping their own salary at the expense of American women, yes women, and men.

Some might wonder what the significance of writing about this is.  It is significant because it is useless to just watch this year after year and do absolutely nothing about it. So, I am encouraging women to take the necessary action and identify something that is needed in their neighborhood, whether a service or product, and find a way to fill that need.

That is how we can change things without waiting on lawmakers in Washington D.C.  There is a large field of opportunities to choose from. When we do what we love to do effectively, we dictate how much we earn and women and men will earn evenly for the same amount of effort.

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