pay gap

It looks like the wage gap closed significantly this year. Here’s why it actually didn’t.

New survey methods under the Trump administration tell a misleading story

Adele Lim was celebrated for bringing authenticity to ‘Crazy Rich Asians.’ She’s leaving the sequel over pay disparity with her male co-writer.

According to sources, Lim’s starting offer was $110,000 — a little more than one-tenth of the $800,000 to $1 million offered to her white, male co-screenwriter

‘We’re trying to do this on behalf of women everywhere’: Rapinoe says USWNT won’t accept anything less than equal pay

The comments came a day after mediation efforts broke down in the team’s lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation

Does the U.S. women’s soccer team actually earn less than the men’s?

With all of the talk of equal pay, here are the facts

The one thing that needs to change for the U.S. women’s soccer team to be paid equally

Title IX increased women’s participation on the field, but also carried an adverse effect

‘The double-earn’: The U.S. women’s soccer team fights for greater equity while gearing up to play for a fourth World Cup title

In March, the squad filed a class action, gender discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation

The pay gap persists for reasons legislation can’t fix. Here’s why, plus what you can do about it.

Embedded in the very DNA of Americans’ understanding of work is a devaluation of women’s time and skills

Omarosa requests to join pay discrimination lawsuit against Trump campaign

‘I’ve never witnessed such egregious violations as I did during my time under the leadership of Donald Trump and Mike Pence’

The story behind the viral Google spreadsheet with more than 20,000 salaries

Ask a Manager blogger Alison Green didn’t expect the response — now, she regrets not including this question

What 8 women would do if Elizabeth Warren’s proposal wiped out their student loan debt

Warren’s plan would eliminate up to $50,000 in student loan debt — which disproportionately burdens women — for an estimated 42 million Americans